When the call sign ‘Speedbird’ went out, every pilot in the world knew what aircraft they were talking about – Concorde. Probably the most beautiful commercial aircraft ever built, Concorde was the only supersonic airliner ever to enter service. Way ahead of its time, this much loved aircraft could fly from London to New York in a mere 200 minutes!
Robert Taylor painted Concorde at the request of Group Captain Brian Trubshaw, Concorde’s chief test pilot, who together with his colleague and Concorde Captain Brian Walpole who not only commanded the first supersonic commercial flight from London to New York but also barrel-rolled the Concorde during testing, signed these now hard-to-come by tribute prints
- Captain Brian Trubshaw OBE, CBE
- Captain Brian Walpole OBE
- 34 x 25 inches
- Release Date:
Framing Service available on this item
Interested in having this item framed? Our expert team are on hand to review your bespoke requirements. Simply tick the framing box at the checkout and we’ll contact you to discuss the best framing choices for your piece plus delivery options. For further information about our framing service click here.