On November 26 2003, the last ever flight of a Concorde took place when British Airway's Concorde G-BOAF flew from her working home of London Heathrow to her place of birth, the Airbus facility at Filton Airfield near Bristol.

On board were 100 BA staff who were taken on a supersonic spin around the Bay of Biscay before a fly-past of Filton Airfield, and a fly  around the sky over Bristol allowing everyone in the city a view of her before being grounded forever.  Pictures and video of the day's events are below.

All images Stephen Daniels 2003.