|BCON003||Concorde Final Flight to Filton Flown Cover, unsigned||£60.00||Buy Now|
|BCON003IOM||Concorde Final Flight to Filton Flown Cover, doubled with 2 Isle of Man stamps, unsigned||£75.00||Limited Availability|
|BCON003S1||Concorde Final Flight to Filton Flown Cover, signed by Mike Bannister||£90.00||Buy Now|
|BCON003S2||Concorde Final Flight to Filton Flown Cover, signed by John Cochrane||£100.00||Buy Now|
|BCON003S3||Concorde Final Flight to Filton Flown Cover, signed by Captain Les Brodie||£100.00||Limited Availability|
|BCON003IMS||Concorde Final Flight to Filton Flown, Isle of Man stamps, signed Bannister, Douglas & Brodie||£125.00||Limited Availability|
|BCON003S4||Concorde Final Flight to Filton Flown Cover, signed Bannister, Douglas & Brodie||£125.00||Buy Now|
|BCON003S5||Concorde Final Flight to Filton Flown Cover, signed Mike Bannister and John Cochrane||£150.00||Limited Availability|
|BCON003S6||Concorde Final Flight to Filton Flown Cover, signed Mike Bannister, Les Brodie & Paul Douglas||
Issue Date: 26/11/2003
Issue Name: Concorde Final Flight to Filton Flown Cover
Producer: Buckingham Covers
This is perhaps the most important of our last flight covers because it was flown on the last ever Concorde flight from London Heathrow to Filton on 26th November 2003. On this last flight, Concorde travelled at Mach 2 over the Bay of Biscay. Three Captains flew Concorde on this final flight: Captain Mike Bannister, Captain Les Brodie and Captain Paul Douglas. They all wanted to fly her that one last time! What an End of an Era.All our Concorde Returns Home covers are very much in demand.
Our tribute cover features a stunning image of Concorde and has a 1st class stamp and 'Final Flight into Filton', Bristol postmark (26th November, 2003). It has been doubled with a stamp and 'Farewell to Concorde' Heathrow Airport postmark (24th October, 2003), along with a 1969 Concorde stamp and cachet, and a 'Flown on Board the World's last Flight of Concorde' cachet.
It is available signed by the following:
BCON003IMS: - Mike Bannister, Paul Douglas and Les Brodie
BCON003S1: - Mike Bannister
BCON003S2: - John Cochrane
BCON003S3: - Les Brodie
BCON003S4: - Mike Bannister, Paul Douglas and Les Brodie
BCON003S5: - Mike Bannister and John Cochrane
BCON003S6: - Mike Bannister, Les Brodie and Paul Douglas
The Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde is a French-British turbojet-powered supersonic passenger airliner that was operated from 1976 until 2003. It had a maximum speed over twice the speed of sound at Mach 2.04, with seating for 92 to 128 passengers.
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John Cochrane was a British test pilot for the Anglo-French supersonic airliner, Concorde.
Captain Les Brodie trained at the College of Air Training, Hamble, in 1972 to become a commercial pilot with British Airways.
Mike Bannister is an airline pilot. He is most famous as the Chief Pilot of British Airways' Concorde fleet, a post which he held from 1995 until its withdrawal from service in 2003.
Captain Paul Douglas joined BA in 1974 as a Trident co-pilot and became Concorde co-pilot in 1988. He was the last Concorde Captain to fly passengers to Washington.