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Onlookers watch as the last Air France Concorde commercial flight
to New York takes off from Charles de Gaulle airport. The luxury
aircraft began regular service in 1976. One of Air France's five
planes will now be on exhibit at Charles de Gaulle airport; the
other four will go to museums.

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Concorde roars out of Paris

Passengers dined on caviar and foie gras Friday as the Concorde, the world's fastest and most luxurious passenger jet, flew from Paris to New York for the last time.

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