Current registration - F-BVFB
Manufacturer’s Serial Number - 207
Production Variant Number - 101
Maiden Flight - 6th March 1976: Toulouse, France
Air France delivery - 8th April 1976
Registration history –
First Registered as F-BVFB to Air France
12th January 1979 aircraft re-registered as N94FB by Air France / Braniff Airways
1st June 1980 aircraft re-registered as F-BVFB by Air France
Final Flight - June 24th 2003: AF 4406: Paris CDG to Karlsruhe-Baden–Baden
Hours Flown - 14,771 Hrs
Landings - 5,473
Supersonic Flights - 4,791
Current Location - Retired from service to Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum, South West Germany
Aircraft History –
June 1990 and May 1997
Due to low aircraft utilisation she was placed in storage during these dates. She was the one chosen from the fleet for storage due to the fact that she was at the 12,000hr D check mark. Fox-Bravo’s D check was started in April 1996 to allow it to be back in service when F-BVFC’s D check came up the following year.
2001 – Jan 26th
F-BVFB is flown to Istres, France where it is subjected to a number of tests by the team investigating the Paris Concorde crash of July 2000.
2001 – Aug 24th
F-BVFB is the first Air France Concorde to take to the air having been subject to the post Paris crash modification programme.
2001 – Oct 22nd
An assessment flight to New York is the first Air France flight to America since the Paris crash.
2003 – May 31st
Final passenger flight; AF4332 a special charter flying from, and returning to Paris Charles de Gaulle
2003 – Jun 24th
Final flight; AF4406 from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Baden Baden in Germany where it was put on display at the Sinsheim Auto and Technik Museum.