CONCORDE SST
Number 212 : G-BOAE
 


Aircraft Number 212 
Current registration  G-BOAE
Manufacturer's Serial Number 100 -012
Production Variant Number  102
Maiden Flight  17th March 1977 : Filton, England
British Airways delivery  20th July 1977 
Registration history:- 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
Final Flight November 17th 2003 - LHR - BGI
Hours Flown 23,376 Hrs 7mins
Landings 8383
Supersonic Cycles 7003
Current Useage Retired from passenger service to Granley Adams Airport Barbados

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G-BOAE Landing at LHR on Friday 10th Oct 03.
Check out the vapour on the wing, not to mention the Sky behind!

John McCurdy

Coming in to land on Heathrow 27R, G-BOAE lands in the late evening sunshine on April 21st 2002
British Airways Concorde G-BOAE comes into land at Heathrow Runway 27R in Aug 2002
Aircraft 212 landing at Heathrow runway 27R on May 1st 2002, as the BA002 from New York
British Airways Concorde G-BOAE (212) in the Bristish Airways 'Landour' Livery, arrives at London's Heathrow Airport.
Thanks to Frank Schaefer for this picture.
British Airways Concorde G-BOAE in it's first 1970's British Airways Livery
Thanks to Tony Edlind for his picture.
Alpha Echo landing back at Heathrow on a sunny October 2002 evening.
G-BOAE as BA002 on short finals into Heathrow on October 12th 2002
G-BOAE departs from New York on April 24th 2002
This picture by Yevgeny Pashnin, also appears on the Home page of the site
G-BOAE Concorde landing at it original test flight base of Fairford, before the 1998 RIAT Air Tatoo begins, on July 25th 1998.
Picture courtesy of Fred Seggie