As of 2020, there are only two Concorde aircraft left in service. One is operated by British Airways and is based at London Heathrow Airport, while the other is operated by Air France and is based at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris.
Other related questions:
Q: Are there any Concordes still flying?
A: While the last Concorde flight took place in 2003, a few of the iconic supersonic jets are still on display at museums around the world.
Q: Where are the 20 Concordes now?
A: As of 2019, there are only 12 Concordes still in existence. 6 are in static display in museums, 4 are in storage, and 2 are in active use.
Q: Why do Concordes not fly anymore?
A: There are a number of reasons why the Concorde doesn’t fly anymore. The most significant reason is that the aircraft is no longer economically viable. The Concorde was designed and built in the 1960s and 1970s, and it was never designed to be a cost-effective aircraft. The operating costs of the Concorde are high, and the aircraft is now too old to be competitive with more modern aircraft. In addition, the Concorde is no longer able to fly at supersonic speeds, due to the effects of aging on the aircraft.
Q: Where are the BA Concordes now?
A: As of December 2020, all of the British Airways Concordes are retired and stored.
- Concorde at 50: Where Are They Now? – The Points Guy
- Where Are the Concorde Planes Now? – Planenerd
- Locations of Concorde Planes – Daft Logic
- Where Are The World’s Concordes Now? – Simple Flying
- Concorde – Wikipedia
- Locations of the remaining British Airways & Air France …
- Which Concordes could fly again (Barriers to RTF removed)