I found an AU Concorde in my computer and I would like to upload it and say the history behind it. And a significant link:
In my scenario the "B" was the main production variant, early Concorde modified to that spec also. So more aircraft built. Retirement of the aircraft in my scenario came also a bit later, in 2008-2011, due the the economics crisis and high fuel prices.
Olympic Airways AU ordered 4 Concorde B in 1972 and they were delivered in 1977-78. They were painted in the classic OA livery with flying "Olympic" above a blue live across the fuselage, but with white tail instead of the distinctive all blue, because of temperatures developed. For 32 years they flew to America continent, Asia and Australia, retired in 2010. Registration was unique, following the company B747-284B, with SX-OA#, being the flagships of OA. All also featured names with "Olympic", instead of naming after cities , islands or gods/goddesses like rest aircraft of fleet. Concorde in Olympic Airways became the new flagship of fleet, offering the absolute flight experience in OA, which is famous for luxury and on board service during flight. This because Olympic Airways AU is the flagship airliner of HLK.
SX-OAJ "Olympic Arrow" (Ολυμπιακό Βέλος)
SX-OAK "Olympic Lance" (Ολυμπιακή Λόγχη)
SX-OAL "Olympic Sword" (Ολυμπιακό Ξίφος)
SX-OAM "Olympic Spear" (Ολυμπιακό Δόρυ)