Concorde, the final journey – where are all the iconic supersonic jets now

The last Concorde ever to fly is now on public display at Aerospace Bristol. Click below to find out where you can find a list of all Concorde locations.

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It made its final flight on November 26, 2003

The iconic supersonic plane was towed across the Filton Airfield to an indoor hangar in preparation for it becoming the centrepiece of the new £19 million aerospace museum.

Bristol Aviation Centre, which will celebrate the city’s aviation history, opened in summer 2017.

This particular Concorde, known as Alpha Foxtrot, was the last of 20 to be built and flew at twice the speed of sound.

This was the last of the Concorde fleet to be made

The aircraft will now remain at the centre of the Bristol Aerospace museum

It made its final flight on November 26, 2003, returning home to Bristol where it has remained on the side of Filton Airfield.

Locals and fans campaigned for a ‘proper home’ for the aircraft and welcomed the decision when plans were announced for the museum just a short distance across the airfield.

Where are all the ‘Concordes’?

We’ve listed the remaining British Airways and Air France Concordes below and where they are now housed.

Known As Current Location
Zero Zero Two Yeovilton Fleet Air Arm Museum, Somerset, UK
Zero One Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Cambs, UK
Delta Golf Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey, UK
Alpha Alpha Museum of Flight, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Alpha Bravo Heathrow Airport, London, UK
Alpha Charlie Manchester Airport, Manchester, UK
Alpha Delta Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, New York, USA
Alpha Echo Grantley Adams Airport, Barbados
Alpha Foxtrot Aerospace Bristol, UK
Alpha Golf Museum of Flight, Seattle, USA
Zero Zero One Air and Space Museum, Le Bourget, France
Sierra Alpha Musee Delta, Orly, France
Sierra Bravo Airbus, Toulouse, France
Sierra Delta Air and Space Museum, Le Bourget, France
Foxtrot Alpha Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, USA
Foxtrot Bravo Auto & Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany
Foxtrot Charlie Airbus, Toulouse, France
Foxtrot Delta Broken up, 1984
Foxtrot Foxtrot Charles de Gaulle, Paris, France

Experience the roar of Concorde…

Anyone who ever heard a Concorde taking off would surely never forget the body-numbing roar as she throttled-up and hurtled down the runway. For those who weren’t fortunate enough to witness such an ‘event’, simply turn up the headphones and push play on this video.


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1 comment for “Concorde, the final journey – where are all the iconic supersonic jets now

  1. Bob Cooper
    17/04/2018 at 2:56 pm

    Excellent article – I only knew where two were before reading this..
    Does anyone know which Concorde flew at the 1988 Southend Airshow?

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