The last Concorde 216 was towed into a new museum in Filton Airfield for the the launch of Aerospace Bristol in the summer.
Concorde was wrapped in Packexe® Fleece, Packexe® Hardfloor and Packexe® Carpet, three products from the self-adhesive protection film range whilst fire protection paint was sprayed on the walls of its hangar.
A total of 5850m² of Packexe® products have been used to wrap Concorde.
The project took place 2.5 days to wrap and 1 day to unwrap.
Additional information about Concorde
Concorde 216 made its first flight on December 14, 1979.
Concorde was the last of 20 to be built. Boasted a cruising speed of 1,350mph, at twice the speed of sound.
It made its final flight on November 26, 2003 and returned home to Bristol where it was kept at the side of Filton Airfield for many years.