The next plane to crash is expected to be the Concorde, a passenger plane that took off from London Heathrow Airport on Monday.
This is the same day as the United States’ second flight into the World Trade Center site, as well as the first flight to London from the same airport, the Royal Air Force’s Typhoon, which crashed in the British capital’s West End on Tuesday.
As of Monday, there were 5,622 people on board, according to the British government.
“The Concorde will continue to fly until all passengers are safely evacuated,” a spokesperson for the airline said in a statement.
The Concorde is a long-haul passenger aircraft that was designed for high-speed travel between major European cities.
A plane is typically capable of traveling at about 350 miles per hour (550 km/h) and can carry up to 400 people.
It is the world’s fastest passenger aircraft, flying at an average speed of 447 miles per second (878 km/hr).