The new home of the last Concorde ever to fly opens in Filton today, 17 October.
The new Aerospace Bristol museum tells the story of the city's aviation heritage on the sites where the jet was first built.
It will feature aerospace exhibits, including aeroplanes, helicopters, missiles, satellites and more.
The star attraction will be Concorde Alpha Foxtrot, which was the last Concorde to be built and the last to fly.
Visitors can explore the history of Concorde, step aboard the aircraft, and experience an audio-visual show projected on to the supersonic jet.
The star attraction will be Concorde Alpha Foxtrot, the last Concorde to fly.Read the full story ›
RAF's Red Arrows will fly over the Bristol Aerospace Museum as 250 people form a concorde shape to raise £2mil for the museum's completion.Read the full story ›
It has been 50 years since sonic boom tests for the Concorde took place over Bristol.
Scientists were looking at what the effect of breaking the sound barrier would have on properties back on the ground.
People reported hearing a loud bang which in some cases shattered the windows in homes.
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A documentary filmmaker has discovered previously unseen footage of Concorde being tested before her first flight over the West Country.Read the full story ›
The supersonic aircraft which made its final flight around the South West has been moved into its own purpose-built hangar.Read the full story ›
Aerospace Bristol are holding a Ground Breaking Ceremony to mark the start of the construction of the new home of Concorde 216.Read the full story ›
Have a look at this footage from 1986. Our weatherman Bob Crampton sipping champagne on a concorde chasing Haileys comet.Read the full story ›
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