210 - G-BOAD

G-BOAD - aircraft number 210
Current registrationG-BOAD
Manufacturer's Serial Number100 -010
Production Variant Number102
Maiden Flight25th August 1976 : Filton, England
British Airways delivery6th December 1976
Registration history First Registered as G-BOAD on 9th May 1975 to the British Aircraft Corporation Ltd
5th January 1979 aircraft re-registered as G-N94AD / N94AD by British Airways / Braniff Airways
19th June 1980 aircraft re-registered as G-BOAD by British Airways
De-Registered - 4th May 2004
Final flightNovember 10th 2003 - LHR - JFK
Hours flown23,397 Hrs 25mins
Supersonic cycles7010
Current useageRetired from passenger service to Intrepid Museum, New York


Concorde 210 was the only BA Concorde to have been painted in another Livery, it had a Singapore Airlines livery on one side as Singapore Airlines operated a joint service with BA in 1979. BA crews flew Concorde and the Cabin crews were a mix between the 2 airlines.

G-BOAD was the Concorde used for the Queen's Golden Jubilee Flypast in on June 4th 2002.