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Aerospace Bristol is a new industrial heritage museum and learning centre being developed at Filton, to the north of Bristol. It will tell the story of the region's world-class aerospace industry - past, present and future. The Aerospace Bristol project is being run by the Bristol Aero Collection Trust.

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Join the Concorde Club

Join the ranks of those fortunate enough to board the supersonic passenger jet and sponsor a seat on Concorde

Sponsor a seat on Concorde

Sponsor a seat on board Concorde Alpha Foxtrot to commemorate someone special and keep the spirit of the supersonic British icon alive.  It is the perfect way to celebrate a special occasion, pay tribute to a colleague, give a surprise birthday gift, or to remember a flight.

By giving a donation you could sponsor a seat on one of Concorde’s iconic routes; a scenic supersonic trip around the Bay of Biscay at 12.38pm on the 2nd May 1998, or the first ever London Heathrow to New York trip by G-BOAF setting out at 8.28am on the 15th June 1980.

By showing your support for Aerospace Bristol you will be making a vital contribution to the future of the museum, and helping us to inspire the engineers of the next 50 years and beyond.

Copyright BAE Systems

Copyright BAE Systems

Concorde’s preservation at Aerospace Bristol captures so many things: not only personal memories, but pride in Bristol, a sense of human achievement, and the celebration of a creation that moves people to tears. What other machine can do that? She played a huge part in the lives of Bristol people: those who designed and built her, the lucky ones who flew in her, and the many people who looked out for her to fly overhead every day. We never, ever tired of watching her, and it was a dark day when she was finally grounded. To be able to visit her and walk around her in the Concorde hangar is like visiting a dearly loved old friend - she still puts a bit of a sparkle on our day whenever we see her, and I’m so happy to help support her.
— Maggie Aherne, Concorde Club Supporter

Dedicating your seat

Your chosen dedication will feature on our ‘Departure Board’ in the Concorde hangar. Each message is personalised, but you may be inspired by some of our existing dedications such as:

In memory of all those who created, flew, and maintained the dream
A seat for Patricia Ridgway
Michael Pearson, may Concorde always fly in your dreams. Never forget! Love Debbie

We love hearing the stories that inspire our sponsored seats. You can dedicate a seat:

  • In your own name, or for members of your family

  • As a gift for a friend or someone special

  • In memory of a loved one

  • By joining together with friends and colleagues

  • By adopting the appeal as your school, group or company charity of the year

If you would like more information about personalising a dedication on the ‘Departure Board’, or would like to enquire about our exclusive Captain and Flight Engineer seat options, please contact or call 0117 363 4621.

Our Concorde Club ‘Departure Board’

Our Concorde Club ‘Departure Board’

Choose your route

Celebrating 50 years of Concorde

You can celebrate 50 years since Concorde’s maiden flight by supporting the Concorde50 Anniversary Appeal. Help us to inspire the engineers of the next 50 years, and beyond, by contributing to the upkeep of Concorde for future generations to enjoy.

This appeal will support exciting developments to the Concorde exhibition, including the ‘droop nose’ of Alpha Foxtrot which operated for the first time since 2003 on 9th April this year to commemorate 50 years since Concorde’s first British flight.

To see a full list of sponsorship options, including how you can sponsor your very own Leading Edge Screw on board Concorde Alpha Foxtrot, please visit our Concorde50 Anniversary Appeal.

Thank you for your support.