Concorde Turbine Blade. Flown engine blade from a Rolls Royce Olympus 593s Turbojet Engine. Personally signed byï¿½Chief Concordeï¿½Captain Mike Bannister and mounted in a good quality frame together with a photograhic print of Concorde, signed by the photographer Adrian Meredith.
Frame size: 12" wide x 15 1/4" high.
Limited Edition of just 250 Mounted Photographs Size 23x18 inches - British Airways Concorde Flight BA 002 made her first flight from London to New York on 22nd November 1977 a typical London to New York Crossing would take a little less than three & a half hours. Concorde G-BOAG final commercial flight from New York to London was on the 24th October 2003 Flown by Chief Concorde Pilot Mike Bannister and Captain Les Brodie and SEO Peter Carrigan. Original Photograph Signed by Captain Mike Bannister and Aviation Photographer Adrian Meredith
This new style of Concorde's livery is called the
`Chatham'. The older style classic `Landor' livery with Silver Crest,
traditional union flag on the tail and red line on the fuselage, is also
available.reg G-BOAC.Length 24in (622.5mm), Wingspan 9in (248mm).
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