Current registration - G-BOAE
Manufacturer’s Serial Number - 212
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 – London Heathrow (LHR) to Barbados Granley Adams (BGI)
Hours Flown - 23,376 Hrs 7mins
Landings - 8383
Supersonic Flights - 7003
Current Location - Retired from passenger service to Granley Adams Airport Barbados
Aircraft Events History –
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.