Concorde captain recalls his first flight

Speaking exclusively to Key.Aero, retired British Airways Concorde captain John Hutchinson recounts his experience training to fly the supersonic airliner for the first time 

In the spring of 1977, a little over 15 months after gaining his command on the Vickers VC10, John Hutchinson sought to fly something a bit more exciting so he applied to fly arguably the most exhilarating commercial aircraft in the world at the time, Concorde. 

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