It flew mostly on transatlantic routes. From London’s Heathrow (British Airways) and the Paris port of Charles de Gaulle (Air France) to JFK Airports in New York and Dulles in Washington. It reached record speeds; the flight lasted half the time as traditional aircraft. Due to the high production costs and expensive operation, only 20 units were produced. Concorde’s last flight took place on November 26, 2003.
From the world of COBI comes a model that features the Concorde G-BBDG supersonic passenger aircraft. This was a test model for British Airways. For several years it was used on test flights & never entered service. Over time, it began to be used as a base of spare parts for the other craft that were in service. Since 2003, the aircraft has been exhibited at the Brooklands Museum (Weybridge).
The Concorde brick kit is accurately mapped using as many as 455 parts. Using high quality prints to reproduce the markings on the plane this model will really please those builders who like detail in their kits. The high quality of this kit means that the prints do not wear after time or with play from little one’s hands. The aircraft is equipped with a fully working chassis. When the wheels are extended, they can be rotated. The direction of the rudder also movable.
This model of Concorde is an excellent set for all aviation enthusiasts as well as fan on block building kits.
Original Brooklands museum license
455 high-quality components,
produced in the EU by a company with more than 20 years of tradition,
comply with safety standards for children’s products,
fully compatible with other design brick brands,
printed blocks do not deform and do not fade during play or under the influence of temperature,
clear and intuitive instruction based on drawings and icons,
Folding chassis and moving direction rudder
scale of the model 1:95.