Pilots should take note of the following NOTAM, which will be in place due to the arrival of Concorde at Filton on Wednesday
FROM 03/11/26 12:00 TO 03/11/26 13:30
E)(MIL REF) AUS 03-11-0397/4467/BJ
RESTRICTION OF FLYING MADE UNDER ARTICLE 85 OF THE AIR NAVIGATION ORDER 2000. NO ACFT SHALL FLY WI CIRCLE RAD 7 NM CENTRED AT 513110N 0023527W (BRISTOL FILTON) EXCEPT ACFT WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE AVON AND SOMERSET POLICE OR ACFT FLYING IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ATC CLEARANCE FROM BRISTOL INTERNATIONAL OR BRISTOL FILTON AD.
F)SFC G)4000FT AGL
If you want to see Concorde’s last landing police have announced four recommended viewing areas for the final flight into Filton next Wednesday, November 26.
The seafronts at Portishead, Clevedon and Weston-Super-Mare, together with the Downs near the Clifton Suspension Bridge, will provide a good chance to see her homecoming between 12.45pm and 1pm, weather-permitting.
“We’ve worked closely with British Airways and Airbus UK to ensure that everyone who wants to see her homecoming will get the opportunity to do so in a suitable, safe place,” said Inspector Chris Ware.
Police are advising people to arrive early and use public transport wherever possible to minimise disruption.
Radio Bristol will be broadcasting further details on the day.
Further details <a href=”http://www.avonandsomerset.police.uk/concordes_final_flight/concordes_final_flight.asp” target=”_blank”>here</a>