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G-BOAD

1976 Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde 1-102 C/N 100-010

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Latest photos of G-BOAD
  • G-BOAD @ EGLF - At the 1990 Farnborough International Air Show. - by kenvidkid by kenvidkid @ EGLF
  • G-BOAD @ EGLF - At the 1990 Farnborough International Air Show. - by kenvidkid by kenvidkid @ EGLF
  • G-BOAD @ EGLF - At the 1990 Farnborough International Air Show. - by kenvidkid by kenvidkid @ EGLF
  • G-BOAD @ YXX - This was a fly over at Abbotsford Canada. - by Wernher Krutein / Photovault.com by Wernher Krutein / Photovault.com @ YXX

Airframe Info

Manufacturer:Aerospatiale-BAC
Model:Concorde 1-102    Search all Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde 1-102
Year built:1976
Construction Number (C/N):100-010
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:100
Number of Engines:4
Engine Type:Turbojet
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Rolls-Royce Olympus 593 Mk.610-14-28
Also Registered As:
G-N94AD  De-registered  Cancel: 1980-06-19
N94AD  De-registered  Delivery: 1979-01-05

Aircraft

Registration Number:G-BOAD
Current Status:De-registered
Registration Cancel Date:2004-05-04

Owner

Owner:Intepid Air-Sea-Space Museum
Address:New York,
United States

User Comments

Malcolm Clarke, 2012-06-28 13:24:13
 G-BOAD (210) first flew on 25 August 1975 from Filton. Repainted with Singapore Airlines livery on the port side and British Airways livery on the starboard[2] for a joint service by the two airlines between Bahrain and Singapore International Airport at Paya Lebar for three months in 1977, and from 1979 to 1981. It departed from Heathrow for the final time on 10 November 2003, and flew to JFK airport in New York, from where it was then transferred (on a barge originally used to move Space shuttle external fuel tanks), to the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York (USA), past the Statue of Liberty and up the Hudson River. Its engines were removed to reduce weight. Its temporary home was on a barge alongside the aircraft carrier Intrepid, pending the proposed creation of a quayside display hall; however, in December 2006, this Concorde was moved to Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, where it was kept in poor conditions.[3][4] G-BOAD's nose cone was knocked off by a truck at the end in June 2008.[3][5][6] The damage was repaired and subsequently the aircraft was moved back to Pier 86 in Manhattan (and placed on the pier, rather than on a barge) on 20 October 2008. G-BOAD spent more time in the air than any other Concorde at 23,397 hours. (Wikipedia)