Charles de Gaulle

Air France Concorde F-BVFF

 

 

F-BVFF (215) first flew on 26 December 1978 from Toulouse. It remains on display at Charles de Gaulle International Airport in Paris, being cosmetically reassembled, after the withdrawal of the type was announced mid-way through refurbishment. It last flew on a charter flight to Paris Charles de Gaulle on 11 June 2000 after flying 12,421 hours

This aircraft is not currently open to the public, but can be viewed externally