British Airways Concorde
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British Airways Concorde

Take in the wonder and magnitude of the record-breaking Concorde Alpha Delta G-BOAD, the only British Airways Concorde on display in the Northeast.

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Imagine the Power

The Concorde is a product of Anglo-French cooperation. When the Concorde entered Air France and British Airways’ transatlantic service in 1976, it was the only operational supersonic passenger transport in the world. With a crew of nine, the Concorde could fly at 1,350 mph (2,150 kph) at an altitude of 60,000 ft (18,181 m), high enough for its 100 passengers to see the earth’s curvature.

British Airways Concorde flying over NYC
Eric Boehm
Team Member Highlight

Eric Boehm is the Museum’s longtime aviation and aircraft restoration curator, while contributing to space programming and content. He was previously a first sergeant in the U.S. Air Force.

Eric Boehm
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