The CONCORDE sails down the Hudson River on her first voyage in 20 years
The legendary supersonic jet was loaded onto a barge for restoration work from its home at the Intrepid Museum in New York City.
It took the British Airways jet about two hours to reach the Brooklyn Navy Yard – about 52 minutes less than the jet’s record flight from New York to London in 1996.
The G-BOAD jet, which first flew in 1976, flew past landmarks like the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge.
It was one of only 14 supersonic passenger aircraft, all of which are no longer in service.
The jet is expected to be away from the museum for about three months to be repainted.
In April, we revealed the chilling last words of a Concorde pilot after his plane caught fire and crashed just 77 seconds into the flight, killing 113 passengers.
This comes after a transcript was revealed of the horrifying moments in the cockpit of the horrific plane crash that happened in France more than two decades ago.
In 2000, the infamous plane flew from Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport to New York with 100 passengers and nine flight crew.
But shortly after takeoff, the luxury jet caught fire and then crashed into a hotel in the small town of Gonesse.
The chilling photo of Air France’s 4590 Concorde plane bursting into flames in flight will forever be etched in French history.
Scenes from the wreck also shocked viewers, as the jet’s frame was left in tatters.