G-BOAE (212) British Production
Current Registration Date - 11/08/1980
Registration Status & Reason - De-registered 04/05/2004 (Permanently withdrawn from use)
Manufacturer’s Serial Number – 212
Production Type – Concorde Type 1 Variant 100-102
Manufacturing Number -
Manufacturer - BRITISH AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
Assembled at - BAC Filton Bristol, UK
Year Built - 1977
Aircraft Class - Fixed-Wing Landplane
Engines - 4 x Rolls-Royce Olympus 593 MK 610-14-28
Max Take-off Weight - 185070kg
Registered Owners - BRITISH AIRWAYS PLC, WATERSIDE (HBA3), PO BOX 365, HARMONDSWORTH, WEST DRAYTON, UB7 0GB
First Registered as G-BOAE on 9th May 1975 to the British Aircraft Corporation Ltd
5th January 1979 aircraft re-registered as G-N94AE / N94AE by British Airways / Braniff Airways
1st July 1980 aircraft re-registered as G-BOAE by British Airways
De-Registered - 4th May 2004
TO VISIT THIS CONCORDE IN ITS CURRENT LOCATION TODAY, CLICK ON THIS LINK
July 1st 1999: G-BOAE flies in formation with the Red Arrows over Glasgow and Edinburgh as part of the ceremony at the opening of the Scottish Parliament.
July 23rd 2000: Grounded after cracks are found in the wing. This turned out not to be serious but the aircraft remained grounded as a result of the Paris air crash on 25 July.
November 7th 2001: Services restart after the Paris air crash modification programme. G-BOAE is the first British Airways Concorde to fly passengers again, BA001 from Heathrow to New York.
October 24th 2003: Takes part in the final day of Concorde services. Piloted by Captain Andy Baillie and Captain Les Brodie, G-BOAE flies a return trip to Edinburgh, does a low circuit over London with G-BOAF and G-BOAG, all aircraft landing together at Heathrow just after 4pm.
Final Flight - November 17th 2003 – London Heathrow (LHR) to Barbados Granley Adams (BGI
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Hours Flown - 23,376 Hrs 7mins
Landings - 8383
Supersonic Flights - 7003
Current Location - Retired from passenger service to Granley Adams Airport Barbados
G-BOAE (212) Condition
Concorde G-BOAE is in EXCELLENT Condition, she is the most complete Concorde of the entire BA fleet, and we are told she even has every single piece of cutlery and crockery in place. We have no concerns about this aircraft the staff and volunteers in Barbados give possibly the best tours world wide. Well done Barbados.
Since her arrival she has been under cover the only exception is when the hanger she was in fell the victim of a hurricane, a new hanger was quickly constructed and here she has been ever since.
Above; A fully decommissioned G-BOAE, now secure for the future in Barbados