It is nearly 15 years since Concorde undertook its last passenger flight.
Many new aircraft have entered service since. But none the captured the imagination like Concorde.
As equally elegant as it is imposing, Concorde’s ability to turn heads has not diminished. Interest in a possible supersonic replacement, however far away it may be, still remains.
Here are images of British Airways Concorde G-BOAB at London Heathrow, pictured at the BA Engineering base a few years ago.
As you’ve no doubt seen for yourself, this Concorde resides on the airfield at Heathrow. It may sit alone and static, but everybody notices the delta winged needle nosed aircraft over its younger upstarts.
It’s not possible to visit Concorde at Heathrow. However, the other six BA Concorde aircraft are positioned around the world for visitors including Barbados, Aerospace Bristol, Manchester Airport, The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum New York, The Museum Of Flight Seattle, and The National Museum Of Flight Scotland.