Aviation Photo #1069667: Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde 102 - Singapore Airlines (British Airways)


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Gerard Helmer
    Singapore Airlines (British Airways)
    Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde 102
    Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde
    Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde
    Aerospatiale-BAC
    210
    G-N94AD
    London - Heathrow
    England
    United Kingdom
    June 24, 1979
  • 284

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July 03, 2006
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Comments (19)

Anonymous
10 years ago
What a beauty!
Anonymous
10 years ago
It's unusual to see the Concorde in other airlines other than British or Air France. Good capture Gerard.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Interesting.
Anonymous
10 years ago
This photo is great, i think that you know what do we remember with it.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow ! That's one rare photo !! Priceless
Anonymous
10 years ago
What country is G-N94AD registered to? I thought British started with G but had 4 letter following it. Can anyone explain this?
Anonymous
10 years ago
Remember the Braniff concorde ?
Anonymous
10 years ago
What?? singapore airlines??
nice pic and a pretty bird
Anonymous
10 years ago
This Concorde belons to British Airways but they shared it with Singapore Airlines.
The other side has the colourscheme of BA.
A very rare pic!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Oh my, i've never seen a concorde that wasn't for british airways or air france before!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Hey, I´ve never seen a Concord with color schemes other than British Airways or Air France. At first sight, you may think that it´s Singapore Airlines operating a Concord. But it is actually a BA aircraft being shared with Singapore Airlines. Anyway, it is a very interesting picture. I give 5 stars for photographer´s shot.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Once in a lifetime shot. Only two flights were flown as Singapore Airlines.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Was G-OAD but changed to incorporate american reg for braniff airlines as it operated for them too.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Top Airline Ever
Anonymous
6 years ago
Correction: the original (and final) registration was G-BOAD, not G-OAD. She was dually registered in the UK and US; she received G-N94AD when it was leased by Braniff. When it was operated by Braniff on (subsonic) domestic flights between DFW and IAD, a sticker covered up the "G-", leaving the tail number as N94AD. When this was ended, she was reassigned G-BOAD.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Once in a lifetime shot...
proud to be a Singaporean
Anonymous
5 years ago
It pleases me greatly, to see such a great aircraft. i remember as a child on the west coast of scotland, when they were doing trials, and the sonic boom shook the house...happy days
Anonymous
3 years ago
So this bird is not just a hybrid with British and Singaporean blood, and French (Aerospatiale), but it has American blood, too. U to the S to the A thanks to Braniff. Still it would make more sense to me if the whole left side was orange or blue then, if you get what I mean... Highly interesting, this particular aircraft should AFAIC be in the top ten of coolest ever.
Anonymous
3 years ago
I didn't know Singapore ever had a Concorde. Unique shot.