Flight certificate given to Qantas employee John P. Lynch on 12 August 1975 for a Concorde (G-BOAC) flight from Melbourne to Singapore lasting four hours and three minutes with a supersonic flight time of two hours and 47 minutes. It is signed by Brian Trubshaw, Director of Flight Test for BAC.
Cardboard printed certificate with a graphic of a Concorde. Signed by Brian Trubshaw
The BAC/Aerospatiale Concorde supersonic airliner was one of the most significant technological developments of the twentieth century. It engendered both support and fierce environmental opposition. It was intended that Concorde flights from Australia to Europe should begin in about 1977 but no regular passenger flights were every operated.
Type of item
240 mm (Width), 300 mm (Height)