Where you will find the Concorde

702Mus of Flight As mentioned yesterday, it is 11 years since Concorde last flew. Sadly, the closest I have ever got to Concorde was at the Seattle air museum, Heathrow airport and CDG airport in Paris. I have the germ of an idea of going to visit all of the remaining Concordes around the world. As most are in the UK and France, that should not be too hard! Adding Barbados in, is a little trickier.

    1. 001:F-WTSS Prototype – flew 1969 to 1973  Museum of Air and Space, Le Bourget, France
    2. 002 – flew 1969 to 1976:  Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton, UK
    3. 101 -flew 1971 to 1977:  Imperial War Museum, Duxford,  UK
    4. 102-flew 1973 to 1976: Musée Delta, Orly Airport, Paris, France
    5. 201:F-WTSB – flew 1973 to 1985: Aeroscopia Museum, Toulouse, France
    6. 202-flew 1974 to 1981: Brooklands Museum, Weybridge,  UK [you can climb aboard]
    7. 203- flew 1975 to 2000: Destroyed in CDG air crash
    8. 204- flew 1975 to 2003: Manchester Airport, UK [you can go aboard]
    9. 205  F-BVFA- flew  1976 to 2003: Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Chantilly, Virginia USA
    10. 206 G-BOAA- flew 1975 to 2000: Museum of Flight, East Lothian, Scotland, UK [you can go aboard]
    11. 207: F-BVFB- flew 1976 to 2003: Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum, Germany [they also have a TU144]
    12. 208: G-BOAB- flew 1976  to  2000: Heathrow Airport, London, England, UK near runway 27L
    13. 209: F-BVFC- flew  1976 to 2003:  Airbus Factory, Toulouse, France
    14. 210: G-BOAD- flew 1976 to 2003: Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York, USA [you can go aboard]
    15. 211: F-BVFD- flew 1977 to 1982:  Scrapped in 1994
    16. 212: G-BOAE- flew 1977 to 2003: Grantley Adams International Airport, Barbados  [you can go aboard]
    17. 213: F-BTSD- flew 1978 to 2003: The Museum of Air and Space, Le Bourget, Franc  [you can go aboard]
    18. 214: G-BOAG- flew 1978 to  2003: Museum of Flight, Seattle, USA  [you can go aboard]07 01 Museum of Flight Concorde
    19. 215: F-BVFF- flew 1978 to 2000: near Terminal 1 Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris, France [this for me is one of the saddest displays ever- she sits forlorn gazing at the runways she used to roar down – not open to public]
    20. 216: G-BOAF- flew 1979 to 2003: Filton Aerodrome, Bristol, UK- Museum coming [not open to public]


You can fly the Concorde SimulatorBrooklands Museum, Weybridge,  UK

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  1. Thanks for the memories. How I miss flying the Concorde. Aside from these museum tours, what remains is flying BA First from JFK only to access the “still in use “Concorde Lounge which certainly doesn’t have the clientele when the Concorde flew.

    Just hoping Branson will somehow one day fiscally manage to bring supersonic travel back to the future. Until then, it is still amusing to read the bloggers who droll over lie flat seats rather than fantasize about the lost pleasantries of flying Mach 2.

  2. I just saw #9 this weekend. It was amazing to me how large it really was when you walked underneath it.

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