002 was the second of two BAe/Aérospatiale Concorde prototypes built. Operated by British Aerospace, it first flew on 9 April 1969 from Filton UK to RAF Fairford UK. Its last flight was on the 4 March 1976 when it flew to the Fleet Air Arm Museum at the Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton (England) on 4 March 1976. It had made 438 flights (836 hours), of which 196 flights were supersonic.
Preserved at the Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton, UK
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