Bravo Delta Concorde 101 G-AXDN Landing and Take Off Configuration BD006aG-BBDG


Concorde G-AXDN or 101 was a prproduction aircraft used to make further developments to the design of the aircraft. Changes included in wing shape, fuel capacity, engines and air intake.
G-AXDN flew for the first time on 17th December 1971 from Filton near Bristol.
It landed 269 flights later (632hours) at the Imperial War Museum Duxford, where she can be visited and boarded

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Manufacturer Bravo Delta Models


SCALE 1/100 Dimensions in cms 62.23 x 24.765 x 6.35