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Wednesday, 17 October 2007

Concord’s retirement in museums

After the last commercial Concorde flight on 24 October 2003, seven Concordes from  the British Airways fleet have got  their last resting places at museums all around the world.
Rod Eddington British Airways chief executive told, "We have chosen the final homes based a number of criteria: their ability to properly exhibit and preserve the aircraft, their geographical location and accessibility to the public."
Location list:
• Airbus UK, Filton Bristol, UK
• Manchester Airport, UK
• Museum of Flight, near Edinburgh, UK
• Heathrow Airport, UK
• The Museum of Flight, Seattle, USA
• The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, New York, USA
• Grantley Adams Airport, Bridgetown, Barbados

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