For more than 27 years, the Concorde carried its passengers with luxury from New York to Paris in approximate 3 and a half hours. Though the plane was very fast, it couldn’t run further. Due to its expensive tickets, high fuel costs, limited seating and especially noise disruption from the jet’s sonic boom, people lost interest travelling in it. Therefore, it finally retired from service on November 26, 2003. But, according to an MIT researcher, future supersonic biplane like Concorde may fly again with a lot less sound and less travel cost.