The 24 hour world

United Kingdom, 1973

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Episode of Series “Concorde”.
Portrays the world’s most interesting civil aircraft today - concorde - and includes some exciting shots of the aircraft in flight filmed with the R.A.F.’s Red Arrows. Sequences include: the development of civil aviation; evolution of Concorde; follow through of an actual test flight and coverage of Concord’s 1972 World Trip, via Iran, India, Singapore, Japan, to Australia

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Terry Hughes

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