IF YOU were born in 1976, get ready to look out your passport to claim free entry to the National Museum of Flight this weekend.
EXPERTS are examining the engines on a French Concorde in the first move towards relaunching the supersonic passenger service.
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PROSECUTORS in Paris have demanded that Continental Airlines should be fined 175,000 (£152,110) for manslaughter over its role in the 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde plane which killed 113 people.
"CONCORDE is like a great wine; you dream of it beforehand, you savour it while drinking, and remember it for the rest of your life!"
THE arrival of Concorde in the Lothians has helped a visitor attraction to earn a top tourism award.
CONCORDE will never fly again, British Airways declared yesterday.
THE Museum of Flight has narrowly missed out on a place on the shortlist for Britain's most prestigious arts prize.
THE Concorde Experience at the Museum of Flight has failed to make the shortlist for the Gulbenkian Prize, the prestigious £100,000 museum award.
THE Museum of Flight has been given a boost in its bid to win the Gulbenkian Prize after Concorde was named the public's favourite design in the last 100 years.
THE aircraft that flew from New York to London in less than three hours is now a museum piece, but the enduring appeal of Concorde saw it emerge as the winner last night in a national poll to find the Britain's favourite design.
AS the electric doors swing open into the gigantic hangar, the vision of shining white steel stops the hoards of chatting visitors in their tracks. There before them is an unmistakable sight.
The Concorde Experience at the Museum of Flight in East Lothian is one of ten contenders for the UK's biggest museum award, the £100,000 Gulbenkian Prize.
AVIATION enthusiasts can get into the yuletide spirit in East Lothian next month.
A FRENCH judge has formally placed a former senior aviation official under investigation in connection with the 2000 Concorde crash that killed 113 people, officials said today.
THE former head of France's Concorde programme has been placed under investigation by judicial officials for involuntary manslaughter over the Paris crash of the supersonic jet five years ago that killed 113 people.
THE French authorities have launched a manslaughter case against the former head of the Concorde programme in connection with the Paris air crash that killed 113 people.
CONCORDE was a danger to the public for 20 years before the fatal crash near Paris in 2000, a new report has claimed.
A NEW report about the Paris Concorde crash in 2000 criticises French officials for not monitoring the jet's safety enough.
CONCORDE has attracted more visitors to a Lothian museum in the past seven months than in the whole of 2004, it was revealed today.
JAPAN and France are to collaborate on the development of a new aircraft, which is being dubbed the "son of Concorde".