Concorde’s distinctive drooping nose is back in action - 15 years after it was last used.
Since completing its final landing in 2003, Alpha Foxtrot - which was the final Concorde model to be built and the last to take to the skies - has been housed at Aerospace Bristol.
- Watch the last time Concorde drooped its nose on 26 November 2003
Concorde's ‘droop nose’, which was designed so pilots could lower the front cone for better visibility during takeoff and landing, was disabled after the jet was decommissioned and drained of hydraulic fuel.
The iconic feature was recently revived for Concorde’s 50th anniversary.
Watch Concorde's 'droop nose' in action: