One of the most significant acquisitions in the museum’s history was Concorde G-BBDG in 2003 which, after extensive restoration, was opened to the public in 2006 and has been welcoming visitors to the half hour Concorde Experience ever since. In 2009 the replica Vickers Vimy, which re-enacted the first Trans-Atlantic flight, and long distance flights to Australia and South Africa, was donated. The Concorde Simulator was opened in the same year and being taught how to fly Concorde by an ex-Concorde pilot on the Simulator is as popular as ever.
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Address: Brooklands Rd., KT13 0QN, Weybridge, United Kingdom, Europe
Coordinates: 51.354711, -0.464371
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