at Bristol Aerospace
Saturday 4th November 2017
It is 14 years since the world’s only supersonic airline, Concorde, last flew. A joint project between Britain and France, the British models were built at Filton near Bristol and the last production aircraft (and the last to fly) has been preserved here in a new museum. You will be able to walk under the wings of this iconic aircraft, admire its engineering brilliance and step aboard this impressive aircraft, which regularly whisked the rich and famous across the Atlantic at twice the speed of sound for over 25 years. We have arranged for an expert guide to give an introductory tour, after which you will be able to explore the museum at your own pace.