Aviation Photo #1846825 Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde 102 - Singapore Airlines (British Airways)

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Parked beside the Concorde engine run bay at the British Airways engineering base.
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    Steve Fitzgerald
    Singapore Airlines (British Airways)
    Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde 102
    Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde
    Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde
    Aerospatiale-BAC
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    G-BOAD
    London - Heathrow
    England
    United Kingdom
    July 25, 1980
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Anonymous
6 years ago
I've never knew that they have 1 O_o??
Anonymous
6 years ago
A rare high quality photo of G-BOAD when she was operating a joint service with British Airways and Singapore Airlines. The left side of the aircraft was painted in SQ livery, while the right side remained in BA livery. The service was SIN-LHR with a tech stop in Bahrain. Cockpit crew were from BA while Cabin crew were SQ. This photo brings back memories.
Anonymous
6 years ago
It was also registered G-N94AD, and N94AD for when it operated in the USA. The G and hyphen were covered over temporarily. It had the Singapore colour scheme on one side and the "British" red-tailed colour scheme on the other side. It also operated for Braniff as well if I'm not mistaken.
Anonymous
6 years ago
They didn't, but they shared one with BA for a few flights. This one was painted BA on one side, SA on the other.
Anonymous
6 years ago
They didn't, only half the plane is painted SQ, the other half is BA
Anonymous
6 years ago
Shocking photo. no doubt, all of us will ask, "but how?"
Anonymous
6 years ago
BA operated a joint service with SIA between Heathrow and Singapore, via Bahrain. They painted one side of the aircraft in SIA colours, the other remained in BA livery. It was short-lived...
Anonymous
6 years ago
And they never did have one. This Concorde assigned to the Singapore route had been repainted with the Singapore Airlines' livery on its left side, while BA's was kept on the right side.
Anonymous
6 years ago
The right hand side had a BA livery!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Ahhh...What if...I remember that Braniff was suppposed to be one of the U.S. launch customers for the Concorde. Never happened, though

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