F-BVFC (209) French Production

Current registration - F-BVFC

 

Manufacturer’s Serial Number - 209

 

Production Variant Number - 101

 

Maiden Flight - 9th July 1976: Toulouse, France

 

Air France delivery - 3rd August 1976

Registration history

 

  • First Registered as F-BVFC to Air France

     

  • 12th January 1979 aircraft re-registered as N94FC by Air France / Braniff Airways

     

  • 1st June 1980 aircraft re-registered as F-BVFC by Air France

     

  • Final Flight - June 27th 2003: AF6903: Paris Charles De Gaulle – Toulouse

 

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Current Location – Retired from service to the Airbus Factory at Toulouse, France and now forms part of the new Aeroscopia Museum at Tolouse.

Aircraft history

March 1997 – May 1998

Went through a D check

 

2000 – Aug 16th

Stranded in New York for 3 months, when the Certificate of Airworthiness is withdrawn from all Concorde’s as a result of the Paris crash.

 

2000 – Sep 21st

Flies home from New York to Paris, to what many thought would be the final Air France Concorde flight

 

2003 – 27th June

Final flight; AF6903 from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Toulouse.

Aircraft Comments

Final Flight - June 27th 2003: AF6903: Paris Charles De Gaulle – Toulouse

 

Hours Flown - 14,332 Hrs

 

Landings - 4,358

 

Supersonic Flights - 4,200

 

Current Location – Retired from service to the Airbus Factory at Toulouse, France.

Fox Charlie

F-BVFC (209) Condition

209 will form part of the Aeroscopia museum in Toulouse, from information we have received the aircraft remains in very good condition. We are pleased that this airframe will be a very important part of the Aeroscopia display.

 

Pictures of F-BVFC (209)