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  Nice answer, the Concorde is a large, really fast plane that can fly about 4,000 miles without refueling. But it did have trade-offs.
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  The Concorde flies so fast that it creates "sonic booms." Therefore it flies mostly over oceans where we can't hear it. Though it can fly from New York to London in just over 3 hours, it's very expensive to operate. The trade-offs for speed include only flying in certain places and high operating costs.
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