Concorde Facts

Capacity 100 passengers and 2.5 tonnes of cargo
Seating 100 seats, 40 in the front cabin and 60 in the rear cabin
Range 4,143 miles (6,667 kms)
Engines Four Rolls-Royce/SNECMA Olympus 593s, each producing 38,000lbs of thrust with reheat
Take-off speed 250mph (400kph)
Cruising speed 1,350mph (2,160kph/Mach Two) up to 60,000 ft
Landing speed 187mph (300kph)
Length 203ft 9ins (62.1m)
Wing span 83ft 8ins (25.5m)
Height 37ft 1in (11.3m)
Fuselage width 9ft 6ins (2.9m)
Fuel capacity 26,286 Imperial gallons (119,500 litres)
Fuel consumption 5,638 Imperial gallons (25,629 litres) per hour
Maximum take-off weight 408,000lbs (185 tonnes)
Landing gear Eight main wheels, two nose wheels
Flight crew Two pilots, one flight engineer
Cabin crew Six
First commercial flight London Heathrow to Bahrain, BA300 on 21 January 1976 (Captain Norman Todd)
Last commercial flight New York JFK to London Heathrow, BA2 on 24 October 2003 (Captain Mike Bannister)