Concorde 216 unwrapped for new museum
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Concorde 216 unwrapped for new museum

The last Concorde to take to the skies has been unwrapped ahead of the grand opening of a new museum.

Hundreds of metres of film protecting it from building work around it were carefully peeled off Concorde 216.

The jet will be the supersonic centrepiece of the £19m Aerospace Bristol centre, which will document Bristol's aviation heritage.

The museum's executive director Lloyd Burnell said he hoped the centre in Filton would open in August.