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BBC Wiltshi Questions for Concorde test pilot

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Old July 9th 03, 10:31 AM
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Default BBC Wiltshi Questions for Concorde test pilot

Your may be interested to know that, in a special BBC Wiltshire
webcast from the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford, John
Cochrane, the deputy chief test pilot on Concorde will answer online
questions about his time with the supersonic airliner, on Friday 18th
July 2003 between 1600 and 1700 BST.

To find out how to send you question to John Cochrane, who was
appointed project test pilot for Concorde in 1966 and either commanded
or served as co-pilot on all the first flights of Concordes
manufactured in the UK, log on to:

Look forward to hearing for you!


BBC Wiltshire webteam

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