Locations of Concorde Planes
Concorde was a supersonic passenger airliner designed and produced as a joint venture between BAC (England) and Sud Aviation (France). 20 aircraft were built in France and the United Kingdom, 6 of which were used as prototype and development aircraft.
Concorde was retired from service in 2003 and no longer flies. All remaining Concorde aircraft are now on public display.
There now follows a table of the various locations where all existing models of Concorde can be found. Most of these locations are in France, the UK and the USA. You can download the KMZ file that can be opened in Google Earth. Some of the locations have Concorde displayed outdoors, but others house Concorde inside hangers, therefore it is not as easy to spot using a satellite photograph.
If you spot any mistakes then please let us know.
Locations of Concorde Planes
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|001||F-WTSS||2nd March 1969||19 October 1973||Museum of Air and Space, Le Bourget, France||Download||Find on Map|
|002||G-BSST||9th April 1969||1976||Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton, England, UK||Download||Find on Map|
|101||G-AXDN||17th December 1971||20th August 1977||Imperial War Museum, Duxford, England, UK||Download||Find on Map|
|102||F-WTSA||10th January 1973||20th May 1976||Musée Delta, Orly Airport, Paris, France||Download||Find on Map|
|201||F-WTSB||6th December 1973||19th April 1985||Airbus Factory, Toulouse, France||Download||Find on Map|
|202||G-BBDG||13th December 1974||24th December 1981||Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey, England, UK||Download||Find on Map|
|203||F-BTSC||31st January 1975||25th July 2000||Destroyed in air crash outside Paris, France||N /A|
|204||G-BOAC||27th February 1975||31st October 2003||Manchester Airport, England, UK||Download||Find on Map|
|205||F-BVFA||27th October 1976||12th June 2003||Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Chantilly, Virginia USA||Download||Find on Map|
|206||G-BOAA||5th November 1975||12th August 2000||Museum of Flight, East Lothian, Scotland, UK||Download||Find on Map|
|207||F-BVFB||6th March 1976||24th June 2003||Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum, Germany||Download||Find on Map|
|208||G-BOAB||18th May 1976||15th August 2000||Heathrow Airport, London, England, UK||Download||Find on Map|
|209||F-BVFC||9th July 1976||27th June 2003||At the Airbus Factory, Toulouse, France||Download||Find on Map|
|210||G-BOAD||25th August 1976||10th November 2003||Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York, USA||Download||Find on Map|
|211||F-BVFD||10th February 1977||27th May 1982||Spare-parts source after 1982 and scrapped in 1994||N /A|
|212||G-BOAE||17th March 1977||17th November 2003||Grantley Adams International Airport, Barbados||Download||Find on Map|
|213||F-BTSD||26th June 1978||14th June 2003||The Museum of Air and Space, Le Bourget, France||Download||Find on Map|
|214||G-BOAG||21st April 1978||5th November 2003||Museum of Flight, Seattle, USA||Download||Find on Map|
|215||F-BVFF||26th December 1978||11th June 2000||Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris, France||Download||Find on Map|
|216||G-BOAF||20th April 1979||26th November 2003||Filton Aerodrome, Bristol, England, UK||Download||Find on Map|
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The Paris Accident : ON THE 25th JULY 2000 , AN AIR FRANCE Concorde F - BTSC commenced its take - off from Paris - Charles de Gaulle airport , carrying a full complement of passengers on a charter flight to New York. Shortly before rotation into take - off attitude , the aircraft ran over a strip of metal that had fallen from another aircraft. This burst the front right tyre on the left landing gear bogie , throwing debris against the underside of the wing , causing the Number 5 fuel tank to rupture. As the aircraft continued its take - off , a major fire started under the left wing , and problems also occurred with the two left engines , particularly on the Number 2 engine that was indicating a fire alarm , and was then shut down by the crew as it was only producing near - idle power. At low altitude , on fire , and with only three engines producing thrust , the crew tried to raise the undercarriage , to reduce drag , but this failed to retract. The crew informed air traffic control that they were heading for the nearest airport , Le Bourget , but at only 200 feet altitude and with an airspeed of around 200 knots , the crew were faced with an impossible task when the Number 1 engine also lost thrust. The aircraft pitched up , and its angle of bank increased rapidly. The aircraft then crashed onto a hotel at Gonesse , with the loss of all of its 100 passengers , nine crew members , and four people at the hotel. Less than one minute and thirty seconds had elapsed between the aircraft running over the metal strip , and the subsequent crash. The immediate aftermath of the accident led to British Airways cancelling its two Concorde flights scheduled for later that day , but resumed services on the following day. Air France grounded its remaining five Concorde aircraft indefinitely , pending the outcome of the crash investigation. One of their aircraft , F - BVFC , was stranded in New York where it remained until special authorisation was obtained for it to fly back to Paris with no passengers on the 21st September. British Airways continued to operate their Concorde fleet until , on the advice of the regulatory bodies , they withdrew them from service on the 15th August 2000. The following day , the Concorde certificate of airworthiness was withdrawn , effectively grounding all of the remaining fleet. A British Airways flight to New York was cancelled while the aircraft was taxying to the runway. The return flight aircraft , which was already at New York JFK airport , was given dispensation by the British CAA to be flown back to London without its passengers.
I have a model of G-BSST (002)set in an oval case. On top of the case is a brass plate with Brian Trubshaws signature engraved. Open to offers, photograph available. Les
Concorde F - BTSC was scheduled to fly from Paris - Charles de Gaulle International Airport near Paris to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City. On 25th July 2000 it crashed into a hotel on the outskirts of Gonesse in France. All one hundred passengers and nine crew members on board the flight died. Four people on the ground were killed and one critically injured.
By Ben 23 / 12 / 14 on 23/12/2014
Concorde F - BTSC crashed on the 25th July 2000 on the outskirts of Gonesse near Paris - Charles de Gaulle airport. Concorde F - BVFD was broken up in 1994 for been out of service for 12 years.
By Ben Peel on 23/12/2014
I flew Concorde to Paris in 1981, on my vacation. Absolutely one of the most worthwhile things I have done in my life. Think how great Concorde could be with all the advances in avionics and materials. UPDATE HER AND BRING HER BACK!!!
By Neal Trickel on 27/10/2014
All the Concordes should fly again
By Ben on 28/07/2014
212 is on the list
By Daft Logic on 12/05/2014
U forgot one http://www.barbadosconcorde.com
Can anybody tell me the registration number of the concorde Flight BA9093c on 19th March 1983. flight time 1pm around the bay of Biscay. I would like to know if it is now located at Manchester
By Grace Wilkinson on 20/04/2014
May 24th, 1976: First Trans-Atlantic flights for both BA & AF Concordes (BA from London, AF from Paris) to Washington DC (Dulles) and they parked NOSE to NOSE, in front of the terminal. I was THERE!!!!
By Mark R Anderson on 01/03/2014
It flew safely for so many years then the tyres had a problem... Take a beautiful machine like that out of service? Fix it.
By Ray Cooke on 18/12/2013
Orly Concorde looks sad and unloved, come on somebody with paint!
By JB on 25/10/2013
Concorde G BOAC, was on show at finningley air show in mid-September 1981. And departed with paying passengers to..I think Egypt on a circular flight and back to b/isles,awesome. Correct if wrong.now retired at Manchester airport.
By Air nut. on 09/10/2012
I lived at RAF Fairford when Concorde was undergoing it's original flight trials. It was the most beautiful sight to see it in flight. It will be missed
Thanks Tom, this should now be sorted!
By Daft Logic on 13/03/2012
The placemark for 207 points to the Concorde-ski!! 207 is behind it.
By Tom on 09/03/2012
didn't singapore airlines have concorde
The most beautiful SST in the world for this century....graceful design and superb workmanship and sleek finish on every part of this airliner, all workers on this plane are 100% GREAT....
By THOMAS J. GLESSNER, A.I.A. on 08/11/2011
G-BOAB is shown outdoors rigged upto some kind of machine, are they running her engines and keeping her airworthy? I've been told she is now kept in a hanger but was out for BA's family day yesterday when I happened to be visiting
By Vikki on 05/09/2011
First saw Concorde gliding into land at Heathrow, like a great white swan.Said then that one day I'd fly in it.And I did, although it was only a 'cheapie' subsonic flight. The champagne on board was great! Britain has now lost a great aircraft, and our lead, with the French, in that field of aviation.
By Norman. on 19/06/2011
I remeber seeing the Concorde come into Cairns , and the take off also when it headed to Singapore. But on the take off , the aircraft had to be pushed back far as it could go on the runway to allow maximised room for take off , was worth seeing it take off altho damn loud !!!
By Raymond on 15/05/2011
Updated location of 210 G-BOAD.
By Daft Logic on 03/05/2011
i flew NY to London Dec 30, 2002. is it possible to know where that aircraft was retired and located now. The thrill of a lifetime for us.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on 06/12/2010
Hello. Can anyone tell me what the rego number of the Concorde that landed in Cairns Australia in 1997?
http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?search_active=1&search=&sheadline=&domains=Airliners.net&sitesearch=Airliners.net&client=pub-8297169501225184&forid=1&channel=1924797129&ie=ISO-8859-1&oe=ISO-8859-1&cof=GALT%3A%23E6E8FA%3BGL%3A1%3BDIV%3A%23000000%3BVLC%3AE6E8FA%3BAH%3Acenter%3BBGC%3A45678C%3BLBGC%3A45678C%3BALC%3AE6E8FA%3BLC%3AE6E8FA%3BT%3AC4C8CC%3BGFNT%3AC4C8CC%3BGIMP%3AC4C8CC%3BLH%3A36%3BLW%3A639%3BL%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fcdn-www.airliners.net%2Fgraphics%2Fopen_file_header_image.jpg%3BS%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.airliners.net%3BFORID%3A1%3B&hl=en&search_field=datedesc&q=concorde&submit= this site is very usefull also. you type in the no of the plane and it brings up its history in photos yours is a great site and helped me a lot today. many thanks chris
G-BOAD is now back at Intrepid museum on the Hudson River New York
By Gary on 26/04/2009
I was at Heathrow to see every last take off. Your website had great information :) will definately come back to your website.
By Jetinder on 09/12/2008
Update : I have now found Concorde at Floyd Bennett Field and updated the marker for 210.
By Daft Logic on 22/06/2008
Thanks ChristiaanJ. I have spent a bit of time wondering about this one. As far as I can find out it is (or has been) put at Floyd Bennett Field as a temporary measure. The problem is that I can't find it in Google Earth anywhere around FBF or the surrounding waterways. So I gave up and set its position at Intrepid. If you or anyone else knows where it is in Google Earth or its exact position at FBF at the current time then can you supply the co-ordinates? Thanks!
By Daft Logic on 03/01/2008
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