Concorde is perhaps the most iconic plane in aviation history. Despite having being retired in 2003, the passenger plane that could travel faster than the speed of sound at over 1,350 mph (2,160kph) and was way ahead of its time when it first took to the skies in 1969.

Supersonic technology is still used by the military in planes like British-build drone Taranis, but commercial supersonic passenger travel could return in the not-too-distant future after Denver-based Boom Supersonic recently secured £26 million funding for a plane that could go from New York to London in three hours 15 minutes.

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