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Aerospatiale-British Aerospace Concorde
Current locations of the Concorde fleet
Concorde Specifications
History of Concorde
Concorde VS F-15 Eagle
The World's Fastest Airplanes
Concorde Paris Crash
Current locations of the Concorde fleet
Concorde Exterior Images
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The fleet of 20 Concorde aircraft were withdrawn from commercial service in 2003, bringing to an end the era of supersonic passenger transporation.
The Concorde planes were shipped around the world to various air museums and airports. This page shows the number of each of the planes and its current location.
001: Preserved in the French Air Museum, Le Bourget, Paris
002: Preserved Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton, Somerset
101: Preserved at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Cambridgeshire
102: Preserved and on display at Orly Airport, Paris
201: On display outside Aerospatiale HQ at Toulouse
202: At Brooklands Museum, Weybridge
203: Crashed with loss of everyone on board - July 25th 2000.
Aircraft remains stored at Le Bourget
204: Retired from passenger service to Manchester airport
205: Retired from service to the Smithsonian's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center at Dulles Airport, Washington DC, USA
206: Retired from service to the Museum of Flight, East Fortune airfield near Edinburgh
207: Retired from service to Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum, South West Germany
208: On Display at Heathrow alongside Runway 23
209: Retired from service to the Airbus Factory at Toulouse, France
210: Retired to Intrepid Air and Space Museum, New York
211: Withdrawn 27/5/82
Scrapped 1994
Fuselage remains are stored at Le Bourget
212: Retired to Grantley Adams Airport in Barbados
213: Retired from service to Le Bourget Air and Space museum, Paris, France
214: Retired to Museum of Flight in Seattle
215: In storage at Paris CDG, where it will eventually go on display
216: Retired from passenger service to Filton Airfiled, Bristol