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BAC/Aérospatiale Concorde

Illustration of Concorde Photo of Concorde model

Skill Level: 3/5
Skill Level 3. Previous experience recommended.

This model is a collaboration between designer Erik te Groen and myself, and builds into a 1:144 scale replica of Concorde. It may be built with landing gear extended or retracted and with the 'droop nose' in one of four configurations. The completed model is approximately 17 inches long with a wingspan of 7 inches.

You will need a colour printer capable of handling card or cover stock to print the parts sheets. 67 lb cover stock (approx 8.5 thousandths of an inch or 0.2 mm thick) is recommended.

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The model files

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concorde144_instr.pdf - 231 KiB - This document contains the instructions only (8 pages).
Air France markings.
concorde144af_parts.pdf - 467 KiB - This document contains the parts for the Air France model (7 pages).
British Airways “Chatham Dockyard” markings
The British Airways “Chatham Dockyard” parts document is available from Aries Paper Models (in the “Various” section).
British Airways “Landor”: This scheme was applied to British Airways Concordes between 1985 and 1999.
concorde144ba_landor_parts.pdf - 544 KiB - This document contains the parts for the British Airways “Landor” model (7 pages).
Pepsi: In 1996 an Air France Concorde was painted in this blue livery for two weeks to promote the new Pepsi logo.
concorde144pepsi_parts.pdf - 458 KiB - This document contains the parts for the Pepsi model (7 pages).
Federal Express: A cargo version of Concorde was proposed for FedEx but never built. This is how it might have appeared.
concorde144fedex_parts.pdf - 499 KiB - This document contains the parts for the FedEx model (7 pages).
Air Canada: Four aircraft were optioned by Air Canada but later cancelled. This is how their Concordes might have appeared if they were still in service today.
concorde144aircan_parts.pdf - 1.1 MiB - This document contains the parts for the Air Canada model (7 pages).
concorde_base.pdf - 712 KiB - This document contains the optional display base (1 page).

The parts and instructions are in Adobe PDF format. You'll need a PDF reader such as Adobe's Acrobat Reader or Foxit Reader to open and print the files.

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