Remarks: The beautiful iconic shape of Concorde sits in the beautiful washington sunlight where she now rests at Boeing's Museum of Flight. Between this and the Boeing 747 you have the two most iconic airliners that have ever graced the sky. It's so nice to get this close to AG and take in all of her beauty. Very lucky with the weather that day too! (5D2/17-40F4L)
Remarks: It was always my dream to be able to travel on Concorde but unfortunately that never happened, thankfully due to them all being preserved i was able to get on board 'Alpha Golf' in Seattle and take this shot of it's cabin. The Concorde is without a doubt BA's most iconic passenger aircraft. It screams beauty, elegance and luxury yet has a simple and quite understated cabin. Here you can see the 2-2 seating configuration and the nice subtle grey leather seats, showing their age with the slight coating of dust. I can only imagine the feeling of being sat in these seats and watching the screen at the front of the cabin read 'Mach 2'. (5D2/17-40F4L)
Remarks: The flightdeck of the Concorde. The Cockpit shows a little bit vintage but the performance where amazing of this airplane.
click here to see the cockpit of the Russian "Concorde" the Tupolev Tu-144
Remarks: During the Concorde's final days, British Airways took the time and effort to put it on display at some of the airports it had served. You could walk around it, inside and out, at that made for some interesting angles.