Ok now I need some helpfull advice.
Ive been reading an article on Concorde and the current situations of the airframes around the world...
As far as I can see more AF concordes are stored under cover than BA concordes. This article was expressing concern for the airframes and their exposure to the elements.. and what a shame it is for these Airframes to be stored in conditions like this..
NOW BEFORE YOU FLAME GRILL ME Im no scientist and maybe the elements do not have such a bad effect, but I cant imagine it to be healthy.
The Concorde at LHR is parked next to a busy taxiway, and is almost taunted each day by the grand airliners that still get to fly to their exotic destinations as they rumble by on their way to the threshold..
Looking in a wider perspective, many many historically important airframes across the world are kept in conditions that must corrode them faster than if they were stored under cover..look at cosford.
I am thinking of starting a foundation or a charity to house or cover some of these historically landmarks in aviation... I know their are currently other preservation society's around, but a lot of these concentrate on the Maintainance of these aircraft.
I need some professional and sound advice... is this possible to do, does anyone have any tips or suggestions.. and in general is this a good idea..
Please no criticism, just some feedback on my idea...
Thanks guys !!
Have a good one.