The last Concorde supersonic passenger jet to be made – and flown – is unwrapped in preparation for settling in to its new home at the Aerospace Bristol Centre.
The Concorde 216 was towed to the museum in February, and then carefully wrapped in hundreds of metres of film to protect it while the hangar it is housed in was sprayed in fire protection paint.
The supersonic jet will form the centrepiece of the £19 million Aerospace Bristol centre, which will document Bristol’s aviation history.
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