Concorde is widely regarded as one of the most significant, iconic aircraft in aviation history, so we feel particularly honoured to have been asked to help in a rather special project.
The Duxford Aviation Society (owners of the British Airliner Collection) wanted to improve their display of Concorde 101 G-AXDN at the Imperial War Museum and make her the first UK Concorde since 2003 to be able to “droop” her nose. The hydraulic systems had not been used since 1977, but with the enthusiasm and technical support of Heritage Concorde and the team here at Hydraulics Online a plan was created to bring them back to life. Read more about “Project Salute” here…
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