It is the 4th June 2002. Concorde and the Red Arrows fly in tight formation over Suffolk en route to take part, along with other aircraft, in the Queen’s Jubilee Flypast.
At the controls of G-BOAD Concorde are Civil Aviation Authority Chief Test Pilot Jock Reid and British Airways Chief Concorde Pilot and aircraft Commander on the day – Captain Mike Bannister. For millions of people the highlight of the Queen’s Jubilee weekend was undoubtedly the amazing sight of Concorde and the RAF Red Arrows aerobatic team flying together only 1500ft above the Mall and Buckingham Palace. This edition is published with approval of the Red Arrows Trust.