Supersonic travel may return

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(CNN) — Raoul Felder still remembers stepping off the Concorde without a trace of jet lag after it whisked him across the Atlantic at twice the speed of sound and wonders why there’s been nothing like it since.

The high-profile New York divorce attorney was a Concorde frequent flier, relishing each time he arrived at London’s Heathrow Airport a mere three hours or so after taking off from the Big Apple.

The journey takes at least twice as long on a conventional jet.

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