If you haven’t seen Concorde yet, then here is your opportunity.
When Concorde first took to the skies, she epitomized a brave new world of scientific and technological innovation, of European co-operation and space age sophistication. The most advanced passenger aircraft ever built, she was both of and ahead of her time.
Scotland’s Concorde, Golf-Bravo Oscar Alpha Alpha, was the first of her kind to go into service with British Airways, in 1976. 8,064 flights later, she came to rest at the National Museum of Flight in East Fortune after the Concorde fleet was decommissioned in 2003.
For our run today, we leave from Swanston Brasserie just off the Edinburgh by pass. They have a good and varied breakfast menu. You can choose and pay for your own on arrival. It is suggested that you leave the Brasserie between 10.30am and 11.00am to be sure that you arrive at the Museum of Flight in time for lunch which is booked for 1.00pm.
From here, we will take around a 65 mile journey through the country side to have lunch at the Museum of Flight and enjoy a leisurely afternoon exploring the only Concorde in Scotland and many more hangers of interesting planes.
Museum of Flight
Entrance costs £8 (group concession) which includes a tour of Concorde.
Lunch will be £9 for Soup, Sandwich and Tea/Coffee.
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