Air France
Scale 1-250 model
Aérospatiale - BAC British Aircraft Corporation Concorde 101

 

Registration: F-BTSD (MSN 213)

 

F-BTSC (MSN 203)
Built as Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde 100 - Converted Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde 101
The aircraft was used for the filming and production of the 1979 disaster movie "The Concorde ... Airport '79" Alain Delon, Robert Wagner / ACTION-THRILLER
Crashed 25 Jul 2000 at CDG when a tyre burst on take-off, debris hit the underside of the wing resulting in a double engine failure and fire which caused the aircraft to lose control, stall and crash into a hotel.

 

F-BTSD (MSN 213)
12 Jan 1979 - N94SD - Braniff International Airways - Registration only used on domestic US flights (IAD-DFW-IAD)
31 Mar 1996 - PepsiCo Inc. leased from Air France - painted in "Pepsi" special colours
Withdrawn from use 31 May 2003
Preserved at LBG 14 Jun 2003 Musée de l'air et de l'espace (Air and Space Museum)

 

F-BVFA (MSN 205)
12 Jan 1979 - N94FA - Braniff International Airways - Registration only used on domestic US flights (IAD-DFW-IAD)
Withdrawn from use 30 May 2003
Preserved at IAD 12 Jun 2003 at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

 

F-BVFB (MSN 207)
12 Jan 1979 - N94FB - Braniff International Airways - Registration only used on domestic US flights (IAD-DFW-IAD)
Withdrawn from use 31 May 2003
Preserved Sinsheim, Germany Apr 2004 on the roof of the Technik Museum Sinsheim (49°14'22.38"N 8°53'49.31"E)

 

F-BVFC (MSN 209)
12 Jan 1979 - N94FC - Braniff International Airways - Registration only used on domestic US flights (IAD-DFW-IAD)
Stored at JFK 25 Jul - 21 Sep 2000
Withdrawn from use 27 Jun 2003
Preserved at TLS Jan 2015 at the Aeroscopia Museum (43°39'34.00"N 1°21'37.72"E), previously on display outside the Airbus Factory in TLS from 27 Jun 2003

 

F-BVFD (MSN 211)
26 Mar 1977 - Incident 28 Nov 1977 at DKR whilst landing, touched down hard crushing the tail wheel and scraping the rear of the engines on the runway causing substantial damage
12 Jan 1979 - N94FD - Braniff International Airways - Registration only used on domestic US flights (IAD-DFW-IAD)
Withdrawn from use and stored at CDG 27 May 1982
Used as a source of spare parts
Broken up Dec 1994 at CDG
Nose section preserved by private owner in the United States at an unknown location and small fuselage section is stored at the Old Wings Museum at Le Bourget

 

F-BVFF (MSN 215)
Withdrawn from use and stored at CDG 11 Jun 2000
Preserved at CDG 19 Oct 2005 on a plinth (49° 0'38.32"N 2°33'12.24"E)


Flat white display stand - White box
Airline Color Scheme - Introduced 1975
Groupe Air France

 

Aircraft type: Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde 101
Configuration: R100
Engines: 4x RR Olympus 593 Mk.610

 

IATA: AF
ICAO: AFR
Callsign: AIR FRANCE
Airline Full Name: Air France-KLM
Country: France
Airline Founded: 7 Oct 1933
Group - Part of: Air France-KLM
Subsidiaries - Group Airlines: Air France Air Inter Express - Air France Express
Headquarters: Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG / LFPG)
Bases: Paris Orly (ORY / LFPO) - Pointe-a-Pitre Le Raizet (PTP / TFFR)
Focus Cities: Lyon Saint Exupery (LYS / LFLL) - Marseille Provence (MRS / LFML)
Fleet Size: 212 Aircraft (+ 6 On Order/Planned)

 

Brand: 
Colors: Black - Blue - Grey - Red - White - Yellow
Material: Synthetic
Condition: New
Dimensions (cm): Box: / Model: 24,5 x 10,5 x 12
Weight (g): 65

Air France Scale 1-250 model Aérospatiale - BAC Concorde 101 F-BTSD #02

14,90 €Preis
inkl. MwSt. |