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Some photos of L-2000, the Lockheed Mach 3 airliner that never was
Lockheed proposed two L-2000 versions, the L-2000-7A, an intercontinental model for up to 266 passengers and the slightly larger, 308-passenger L-2000-7B for domestic use Appeared on Code One Magazine the interesting photos in this post feature the L-2000, the Lockheed concept for US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Supersonic Transport, or SST, program. In June 1964, Lockheed was one of two competitors...
A quick look at NASA Tupolev Tu-144LL research program
Using the Tu-144LL to conduct flight research experiments, researchers compared full-scale supersonic aircraft flight data with results from models in wind tunnels, computer-aided techniques, and other flight tests NASA teamed with American and Russian aerospace industries for an extended period in a joint international research program featuring the Russian-built Tu-144LL supersonic aircraft. The object of the program was to develop...
Putin suggests civilian supersonic transport based on Tu-160 bomber
Putin was at Gorbunov air plant in Kazan to see a demonstration flight of the Tu-160M2 when he made the suggestion Russian President Vladimir Putin has suggested to United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) that a civilian supersonic airliner based on the Tu-160 bomber should be developed. As reported by Sputniknews, remembering the fate of the Tu-144, the USSR's answer to the British-French Concorde supersonic passenger...
Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic transport aircraft restored
The work on Tu-144 exterior has been completed while that on the aircraft cabin is yet to begin According to News in Flight, the first stage of restoration of Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic transport aircraft (SST) has recently been completed. As the photo in this post shows the aircraft stands near the building of Kazan Aviation Institute (KAI) on Chetaeva Street...

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