Concorde G-BOAF has moved to a new £19m industrial heritage museum and learning centre at Filton.

Registration G-BOAF was the last Concorde to be assembled at Filton, and also the final Concorde to fly when it returned to its Bristol home on November 26, 2003.

Also known as Concorde 216, Alpha Foxtrot will be the main attraction at a new £19m industrial heritage museum and learning centre, which will showcase the history of aviation in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.

The complex move was conducted yesterday (February 7) with the greatest care by engineers from British Airways and Airbus. The iconic aircraft was towed across Filton runway and up a ramp into its new purpose-built hangar at Aerospace Bristol. The hangar had a wall removed to allow the aircraft to enter the building and, with less than a metre between each wing tip and the building, Concorde was slowly and carefully winched into her exhibition position.

More information about Alfa Foxtrot’s new home can be found on the Aerospace Bristol website.