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All Concorde airplanes on Google Maps

by Globetrotter on 11 February 2008EN
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Most airplanes on the map are outdoors. The Concorde was the first supersonic passenger airliner that operated commercially. It was introduced in 1976 and retired in 2003.

All in all only 20 aircrafts were built for two airlines: Air France and British Airways.

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Concorde at National Museum of Flight

55.996494°, -2.717376°

Concorde at Brooklands Museum

51.355301°, -0.464299°

Concorde at Royal Naval Air Station, Yeovilton

51.014683°, -2.637098°

Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace, Aéroport de Paris

1. Concorde F-WTSS prototype 001
2. Concorde F-BTSD Sierra Delta

48.947807°, 2.435435°

Concorde at Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris

49.010761°, 2.553440°

Concorde at Technik Museum Sinsheim, Germany

49.239536°, 8.897142°

Concorde at the National Air and Space Museum

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Chantilly, Virginia. Not visible from outside :-(

38.910915°, -77.444267°

Concorde at Grantley Adams International Airport

Barbados, not visible from outside :-(

13.081026°, -59.485195°

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