This app offers you a 360° Virtual Digital Tour around the flight test aircraft Concorde 101 G-AXDN based at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom. The first pre-production aircraft, built for flight testing, the BAC/Aerospatiale Concorde 101 G-AXDN is part of the British Airliner Collection owned and preserved by the Duxford Aviation Society (DAS).
Perfect for plane enthusiasts or those simply curious, explore high quality 360° images inside the whole length of the aircraft, including an exclusive and highly detailed view inside of the cockpit which is not usually open to the public, watch informative videos, navigate detailed instrument information and explore systems used on-board such as the Ice Station used to monitor ice build up on the outside of the plane. Highlights include videos of the nose being lowered, how the observers station was used by the engineers plus 101's final landing at Duxford in 1977.
Once downloaded, no internet connection is required to run the app or play the videos contained within. Download it today to experience an exciting insight into an aviation icon, a historical marvel of the modern age. Explore the technical innovation that enabled airline passengers to enjoy supersonic flights from 1976 until Concorde's eventual retirement in 2003. 101 is the British pre-production version of Concorde and the third Concorde built, with the interior of the aircraft fitted out with various testing equipment and instruments rather than the commercial seating layout.
If you wish to discover more, you can visit the BAC/Aerospatiale Concorde 101 G-AXDN which is normally open to the public 7 days a week between 10am - 3pm on normal museum opening days, and is positioned inside the AirSpace building at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford.