G-BOAC Photographed at the tow-over point at London Heathrow - 04 October 2003.

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concordesst.com
The most comprehensive Concorde site on the internet, by a long-chalk.  Everything from timelines to technical specs.  Detailed pictures to a lively Concorde Forum.  If it's Concorde, it's here.

ba.com/concorde
British Airways' Concorde micro-site.  Of course, you can no longer buy a Concorde ticket here, but it still has information on the BA fleet, and interesting facts and figures of their 27 years in service with the airline.

National Museums of Scotland
The Museum of Flight at East Fortune, near Edinburgh, was one of just four locations in the UK to receive one of British Airways' decommissioned Concordes.  There Concorde micro-site is full of info on G-BOAA.

travelscholar.com/concorde
One of the best trip reports I have ever seen.  Read what it is like to take a flight on Concorde.  Wonderfully illustrated with photographs taken on-board.

ba97.com
Comprehensive fan site by Paul Hudspith.  Named for his special retirement flight (flight BA97) it has trip reports and plenty of photos, including some stunning 'in the hanger' shots from Heathrow.

benlovejoy.com/concorde
Ben Lovejoy's Concorde site, covering the history, facts and figures, to a trip report with many pre-boarding and in-flight photos.

braniffpages.com/concorde
Of course, British Airways and Air France weren't the only airlines to operate Concorde.  In co-operation with the British and French flag-carriers, US carrier Braniff International operated a Concorde sub-sonic service within the US.  This site details this and, via the links, other Braniff International details.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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