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Concorde in Pepsi livery, 1996. Nice underneath image just before gear doors close

Air France Aerospatiale-British Aerospace Concorde 101 F-BTSC wearing the famous Pepsi livery in April

Concorde: British Airways.

British Airways Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102 G-BOAD during a display flight at Farnborough, September (Photo: Steve Williams)

When Concorde was originally launched, it was hoped it would serve all these airlines. Sadly it only served British Airways and Air France permanently.

Concorde livery design (mostly cancelled). Concorde had certain restrictions on its livery due to the fact that the majority of the surface had be white to withstand the supersonic heating effects of Mach

Silhouettes aren't usually that flattering, this is one of the exceptions to that rule of thumb ( Concorde was so beautiful from every angle and in every light source ) ❤️

1969 Possibly the most beautiful plane ever built. Concorde's name reflects the development agreement between the United Kingdom and France. In the UK, any or all of the type—unusual for an aircraft—are known simply as "Concorde"

Pepsi Concorde~The really amazing thing is that it is NOT a "fantasy" scheme! They actually did one this way!

Concorde Supersonic Passenger Jet painted in Pepsi color scheme. The chartered plane remains the world's fastest billboard at Mach

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“ The unique Pepsi Concorde. In Pepsi struck a deal with Air France to promote their re-branding and new corporate logo, so an Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde, tail number F-BTSD.