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G-BOAA

1974 Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde 1-102 C/N 100-006

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Latest photos of G-BOAA
  • G-BOAA @ CPH - Copenhagen 28.3.1988 - by leo larsen by leo larsen @ CPH
  • G-BOAA @ CPH - Copenhagen 28.3.1988 Push Back - by leo larsen by leo larsen @ CPH
  • G-BOAA @ CPH - Copenhagen 28.3.1988 - by leo larsen by leo larsen @ CPH
  • G-BOAA - Concorde 1-102 at the National Museum of Flight East Fortune Scotland - by Mark Pasqualino by Mark Pasqualino

Airframe Info

Manufacturer:Aerospatiale-BAC
Model:Concorde 1-102    Search all Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde 1-102
Year built:1974
Construction Number (C/N):100-006
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:N/A
Number of Engines:4
Engine Type:Turbojet
Engine Manufacturer and Model:ROLLS-ROYCE OLYMPUS 593 MK 610-14-28
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Aircraft

Registration Number:G-BOAA
Current Status:Preserved
Delivery Date:1974-04-03
Registration Cancel Date:2004-05-04

Owner

Owner:National Museum of Flight
Address:East Fortune,
United Kingdom

User Comments

Malcolm Clarke, 2012-06-28 13:27:04
 G-BOAA (206) first flew on 5 November 1975 from Filton UK. This was the aircraft that flew with the Red Arrows on 2 June 1996 to celebrate 50 years of Heathrow Airport. It last flew on 12 August 2000 as BA002 from New York JFK to London Heathrow after flying 22,768 hours, and it never received the modifications after the Paris crash. For its final journey it was transported to the National Museum of Flight (run by National Museums Scotland), East Fortune, near Edinburgh, over land to the Thames, then by sea to Torness, then over land again to the museum from 8 April to 19 April 2004. (Wikipedia)