Those closed BA flights are Operational Assesment flights, to train up cabin crew, check-in staff and others involved in the general running of the fleet.
These flights will carry BA staff, a mix of Concorde Engineering staff and others who have entered a prize draw. These will follow the standard route to JFK, but will turn back halfway to return to LHR's T4.
One flight will go to JFK and back, Concorde Engineers who have been doing the difficult, ardurous work in the tanks will get this one.
The first flight, with Concorde staff only, will go Wenesday if the C of A is returned as expected on tuesday to the fully-modified G-BOAF.
It had better be, because I'm on it!
The only way a BA Concorde would go to Australia is on a charter, none are planned before 2003.
It will be LHR-JFK, if enough aircraft have completed their modifications by december, the weekend LHR-BGI service should resume.