Where Are They Now?


When Concorde retired in 2003, 18 of the supersonic airliners, including the two prototypes and two pre-production aircraft, survived and can still be seen in Britain, France, the USA and Germany, with a further one preserved in Barbados.

Here’s where all the remaining Concordes are to be found thanks to this list compiled by Concorde super fan Paul Evans.

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DEVELOPMENT AIRCRAFT - British & French Prototypes.

CONCORDE 001 - F-WTSS - Preserved at French Air Museum, Le Bourget, Paris, France

CONCORDE 002 - G-BSST - Preserved at Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton, Somerset, United Kingdom.

CONCORDE 101 - G-AXDN - Preserved at Imperial War Museum, Duxford, United Kingdom.

CONCORDE 102 - F-WTSA - On display at the old site of Musee Delta, Athis-Mons near Orly Airport, Paris, France. 


CONCORDE 201 - F-WTSB - Preserved at Aeroscopia Museum, Toulouse.

CONCORDE 202 - G-BBDG - On display at Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, United Kingdom.


CONCORDE 204 - G-BOAC - On display at Manchester AVP, United Kingdom.

CONCORDE 206 - G-BOAA - On display at Museum of Flight, East Lothian, United Kingdom.

CONCORDE 208 - G-BOAB - Stored at London Heathrow Airport, United Kingdom.

CONCORDE 210 - G-BOAD - On display at Intrepid Air & Space Museum, New York, USA.

CONCORDE 212 - G-BOAE – Preserved at Grantley Adams Airport, Barbados.

CONCORDE 214 - G-BOAG - On display at Museum of flight, Seattle, USA.

CONCORDE 216 - G-BOAF - On display at Aerospace Bristol, Filton, United Kingdom.


CONCORDE 203 - F-BTSC - Lost in the Paris Crash, 25th July 2000

CONCORDE 205 - F-BVFA - Preserved at Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center at Dulles Airport, Washington DC, USA

CONCORDE 207 - F-BVFB - On display at Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum, Germany

CONCORDE 209 - F-BVFC - Preserved at Aeroscopia, Toulouse, France

CONCORDE 211 - F-BVFD - Withdrawn from service May 27th 1982 after the closure of the Paris-Dakar-Rio route. It was later broken up in 1994, at Charles de Gaulle, Paris, France, as after being out of service for 12 years it had suffered serious corrosion.

CONCORDE 213 - F-BTSD - Preserved at The Museum of Air and Space, La Bourget, Paris, France.

CONCORDE 215 - F-BVFF - On display at CDG airport, Paris, France.

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