When the British prototype Concorde took off from RAF Fairford on 9 April 1969, at the controls was Captain Brian Trubshaw. Here is the full and fascinating story of Brian Trubshaw's life as an experimental test pilot, written from his own unique viewpoint on the flight deck and covering a period of tremendous upheaval in the British aircraft industry.
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Author Biography - Brian Trubshaw
BRIAN TRUBSHAW (1924-2001) spent the whole of his career in aviation, in the RAF then in experimental test flying. Throughout his distinguished career Brian received many honours in recognition of his services to aviation. SALLY EDMONDSON has written regularly on a freelance basis, shortly after Brian flew Concorde 002 from Fairford for the first time. She met him about a year later and in 1972 he became her stepfather. Sally lives in Jersey where her main employment is in the insurance industry.