BAC Aerospatiale Concorde Cockpit, Profiles and Logos

Profiles and Logos

Concorde was the worlds only successful supersonic transport airliner first flown in 1969. Developed jointly by British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) of the United Kingdom and Aerospatiale of France the aircraft eventually served with British Airways and Air France until it was withdrawn from service in 2003.

Designed to carry between 98 and 128 passengers it was normally fitted with 92 seats when in service with Air France and 100 seats with British Airways.