John Hutchinson

Best known as a senior BA Concorde captain, John Hutchinson started his flying career in the RAF. He served from 1955-1963 (Harvard training in Canada, Shackleton pilot in Singapore, Jet Provost QFI/IRE). A corporate pilot for three years before joining BOAC in 1966. He was a 707, 747 co-pilot and a Captain on the VC10 before selection as a Concorde captain. He remained on Concorde until retirement in 1992 as a Route Check Captain and has lectured on Concorde worldwide ever since.

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