|Aircraft Number 212|
|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|
|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.
|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