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G-BOAF

1979 Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde 1-102 C/N 100-016

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Latest photos of G-BOAF
  • G-BOAF @ LFBD - rg 06/12/1980 British Airways, dd 9/6/1980 safety modification completed, wfu 10/24/2003 on display at Filton UK. - by Jean Christophe Ravon - FRENCHSKY by Jean Christophe Ravon - FRENCHSKY @ LFBD
  • G-BOAF @ EGLF - Arrived early morning with some British Airways employees from Heathrow, waiting to take them back in the evening. - by kenvidkid by kenvidkid @ EGLF
  • G-BOAF @ EGLL - BAC/SUD Concorde 102 [216] (British Airways) (date unknown). From a slide. - by Ray Barber by Ray Barber @ EGLL
  • G-BOAF @ EGVA - BA - by Fred Willemsen by Fred Willemsen @ EGVA

Airframe Info

Manufacturer:Aerospatiale-BAC
Model:Concorde 1-102    Search all Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde 1-102
Year built:1979
Construction Number (C/N):100-016
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:N/A
Number of Engines:4
Engine Type:Turbojet
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Rolls-Royce/SNECMA Olympus 593 Mk.610
Also Registered As:
G-N94AF 
G-BFKX  De-registered  Delivery: 1980-06-12  Cancel: 2004-05-04

Aircraft

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

Owner

Owner:Bristol Aviation Heritage Museum.
Address:Bristol,
United Kingdom

User Comments

Malcolm Clarke, 2012-06-28 13:16:36
 G-BOAF (216) first flew on 20 April 1979 from Filton and was the last Concorde to be built. It made Concorde's final ever flight on Wednesday 26 November 2003. Departing from Heathrow at 11:30 GMT, it made a last, brief, supersonic flight, carrying 100 BA flight crew, over the Bay of Biscay. It then flew a "lap of honour" above Bristol, passing over Portishead, Clevedon, Weston-super-Mare, Bristol International Airport and Clifton Suspension Bridge, before landing at Filton, soon after 13:00 GMT. It was met by Prince Andrew, who formally accepted its handover. It has flown a total of 18,257 hours. This aircraft is open for public viewing at the Concorde at Filton facility. The aircraft will be the star feature of the proposed Bristol Aviation Heritage Museum. (Wikipedia)