Intrepid's Concorde jetliner heads for temporary home in Brooklyn

BROOKLYN - The Intrepid's Concorde jetliner was moved to its new temporary home at Floyd Bennett Field Friday.The supersonic aircraft will remain in Brooklyn for 18 months while the Intrepid's Hudson River pier is rebuilt. The ship itself was towed out earlier this month. The Concorde was part of the Intrepid's floating museum, and museum officials say the plane will remain open to visitors in its temporary spot.

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