Concorde G-BOAC over the Atlantic ocean on one of its daily flights between London and New York.
It is now over 50 years since Concorde first took to the skies and immediately established itself as one of the engineering and design icons of the 20th Century. It is remarkable to consider that an aircraft that was flying before the first moon landing could be unsurpassed over such a long period. Indeed, if it were unveiled today it would surely still be heralded as a giant leap forward in aviation design. Air frame G-BOAC was first registered in 1974 to the British Aircraft Corporation. After 28 years service it was retired in 2003 along with the rest of the Concorde fleet and now resides permanently at Manchester Airport.
Double mounted print which is signed and numbered by the artist and supplied with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Stephen Brown Aviation Art
16 x 12 inches overall mounted, image 10.5 x 7.25 inches.
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