Concorde was an aircraft capable of supersonic flight with heady heights and crashing lows. Bright Sun Films covered its history, how it costs astronomical prices to create the aircrafts and for tickets (apparently, round trip ticket could “easily surpass $13,000”). So why did it fail? Although the popular story is that the Air France Flight 4590 crash lost public trust, it’s more likely that the costs of building and running Concorde was becoming hard to maintain. The last Concorde flight was in 2003 and now the remaining aircrafts can be found in various museums and on display around the world. There’s even talk of a successor from an American company called Boom but it sounds closer to a pipedream than a reality.