Remarks: First flight of Concorde: Toulouse - Blagnac on Sunday March 2, 1969, at 15. 40 min 11s, the captain André Turcat releases the brakes of the Concorde, all lit reheatings, and Concorde takes off. Then it carries out a broad circuit at low altitude and low speed. The train will remain left all along the flight. Some breakdown of instrument without gravity for the flight, at be to announce by the crew. At 16h 8min, only 28 minutes after its takeoff, Concorde landed on the long runways of the airport of Toulouse Blagnac.