According to the website David_itl posted, retirement of the 4 flying AF
SSTs will be quick-how will they do charters until the end of September if the FINAL Air France Concorde flight is June 27th as this article in the link states:
Air France retirement plans emerge - 17/5/03
After weeks of speculation Air France are set to announce their retirement plans for the Concorde fleet. Their 4 flyable aircraft will go to museums around the world, while the aircraft that was in a check, F-BVFF, will eventually go on show at Paris' Charles De Gaulle Airport.
First to leave the nest at CDG
with be Concorde F-BVFA. Fox-Alpha, Air France's first Concorde, will head out the the Smithsonian Museum's Steven F Udvar-Hazy Center at Dulles Airport, Washington DC, on June12th. The museum has a long running contract with the airline to supply a Concorde which is set to be honoured, by them supplying the first Concorde to operate a commercial service to the US and that airport.
Next up for retirement will be F-BTSD. It is understood that although it may depart CDG
on June 14th, it is more likely to make its ferry flight to its final destination of the Air and Space museum at Le Bourget on the first day of the Paris airshow on Saturday June 21st. Eventually Concorde 213 : F-BTSD, the 18th aircraft built, will go on show next to the first ever Concorde 001 : F-WTSS. Although at this time it is not confirmed, the aircraft could fly in formation with Patrouille de France, the Aerobatics team of the French Air force at the airshow.
On June 23rd F-BFVC will be ferried to the airport nearest to the Auto & Technik Museum at Sinsheim in Germany. It is expected to go on show at this museum on the roof adjacent to their TU144 later on in the year.
The final ever Air France Concorde flight will take place on June 27th, when F-BVFB is retired to its place of origin at Toulouse. It will not go on display next to Concorde 201, but will be placed at the entrance to the new Airbus A380 plant. Many in France feel that this is a strange choice, as Airbus are not know to have looked after Concorde 201 too well over recent years and it was Airbus' decision, as the manufacturer, not to support Concorde after October 2003 that lead to an earlier than planned demise.