Classic cars and buses travelled across the region to celebrate Concorde's 50th anniversary.

More than 150 passengers went from Aerospace Bristol to the Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton.

Today (April 9) marks 50 years since the first test flight of a British-made Concorde was completed - flying from Filton Airport to RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire.

The journey took just 22 minutes but changed the course of aviation history.

Aerospace Bristol, home to the last Concorde to fly, organised the event with the Fleet Air Arm Museum, home to Concorde 002 which first took to the skies 50 years ago today.

The Filton museum is holding a number of events throughout the month to mark the occasion.

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