The Shah of Iran locked at the Anglo-French Concocorde supersonic airliner when it landed in Teheran on its 65,000-kilometres les tour of Asia and Australia and said ???.
CU Nose of Concorde pull back to SV plane
MV int Flight deck
MV Shah seated in passenger section talking to officials
MV into Pilot at controls
SV ext Concorde - Sheh Voice over starts.... "We have made a decision.....
"Cu Shah speaking (2 shots .......to operate the plane with these characteristics.
After looking at Concorde, the Shah had this to say: (SOUND ON FILM)
"We have made a decision and we are going to start negotiations and obviously we're going to have to have the guaranteed necessary before we make the final agreement and I think all the air companies will require the guarantees before."
REPORTER: "So one can say, you majesty, that subject to those guarantees Iran Air will be buying Concorde?"
SHAH: "Well, I hope so very much ..... this is no ??? whimsical. For our part we have studied it and when we make the decision it will be became it will best and serve and suit the interests of out airline and I think that geographically we're located in such a position that it will be almost ideal for us to operate the 'plane with these characteristics."
??? CONCORDE ON ???: SHAH SEATED IN PASSENGER SECTION TALKING TO OFFICIALS: PILOT AT CONTROLS: SHAH TALKING ONE SHOT OF CONCORDE: SHAH TALKING TO REPORTER.
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Background: The Shah of Iran locked at the Anglo-French Concocorde supersonic airliner when it landed in Teheran on its 65,000-kilometres les tour of Asia and Australia and said ???.
The aircraft, which touched down briefly on its way to India, was examined closely by the Shah, who sat at the controls and later took a flight in it.