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|Concorde at Filton is a temporary home for Concorde 216. Local organisations and companies are supporting the creation of a major aviation heritage centre, where Concorde 216 will be under cover as the centre-piece of displays and exhibits that detail the story of the region’s long-standing role in the world of aerospace. |
British Airways has loaned Concorde 216 to Airbus UK, who...
|Aircraft production began on the Filton site in 1910, and continued with construction of aircraft such as the Bristol Brabazon, Bristol Britannia and famously Concorde. It now contains the UK headquarters of Airbus as well as the Rolls-Royce aircraft engine factory and BAE Systems. Also on site is the Concorde at Filton museum.||01/23/2006||615|
|Here you can see where the remaining 19 of 20 Concorde planes are on display at museums or airports with links.|
One Concorde (F-BTSC, Air France Flight 4590) crashed shortly after take off from Paris CDG July 25. 2000. This site also showed.
|The place where the Concorde crashed onto the ground near Gonesse, France.||08/15/2005||3,446|
|The Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde aircraft was a supersonic passenger airliner or supersonic transport (SST). It was a product of an Anglo-French government treaty, combining the manufacturing efforts of Aérospatiale and British Aircraft Corporation. With only 20 aircraft ultimately built, the costly development phase represented a substantial economic loss. Additionally, Air France and British Air...||12/15/2008||1,158|
|These are the new buildings for theAirbus A380. One is nearly completed, the other one is under construction. Here is a second Concorde parked (The other one is in the south of the airport, where the rest of the Airbus fabrication con be found)||08/03/2005||1,248|
|An Aero Spacelines Super Guppy parked at the Airbus facility in Hamburg Finkenwerder. In the early 1970s, four Super Guppies were used by Airbus Industrie to transport aeroplane parts from decentralised production facilities to the final assembly plant in Toulouse. The running joke was "Every Airbus is delivered on the wings of a Boeing!" They have since been replaced by the Airbus Beluga.||01/08/2006||833|
|A highway leading to Orly Airport of Paris, France built in a way to resemble a CONCORDE; the pride of both Great Britain and France.||10/15/2005||445|
|The Airbus factory at Broughton 15 miles up stream of Mostyn produces the wings for the Airbus range of aircraft and these are all transported to the assembly facility in Toulouse.||09/12/2009||709|
|The Airbus A330 is a large-capacity, wide-body, twin-engine, medium-to-long-range commercial passenger airliner. Built at Toulouse in France by Airbus, over 600 units have been delivered.|
First flown in 1992, the A330 was developed at the same time as the four-engined Airbus A340, and was designed with common fuselage and wing components. The first variant (series 300) was delive...
|The Airbus final assembly line project in Tianjin will assemble and deliver 26 A320 aircraft in 2010, more than double the number in 2009. |
The production capacity of the Airbus final assembly line project in Tianjin is increasing continuously. Airbus China recently said that the Airbus final assembly line project in Tianjin successfully finished the task of assembling and delive...
|A large cargo aeroplane used to carry wings etc. from various Airbus factories to others.||09/29/2005||411|
|The Airbus A300-600ST (Super Transporter) or Beluga is a version of the standard Airbus A300 wide-body airliner, modified to carry aircraft parts and over-sized or awkward cargo. It was officially called the Super Transporter at first, but the name Beluga became popular and has now been adopted as official.||10/24/2006||543|