In addition to my military collection I also have a modest collection of airliners. The "flagship" model being this Concorde. In my opinion an iconic design encompassing the concept of supersonic air travel - even though it was unworkable, maybe... perhaps one day it will work, well the plane was in service for around 30 years
The Landor livery was the very first Concorde I saw in actuality and it seemed appropriate to have that version of the model. Hogan Wings had re-released the model and this is the one I bought.
Looking at the model compared to the actual aircraft, the accuracy seems to be there. There is a blade antenna missing from the forward fuselage and I suppose it's debatable if it is an issue in 1/200 scale. Some mention has been made from others the colours and emblem on the tail fin are slightly incorrect. However I can't really see where the errors are.
The paint finish and quality is very good. Only issues (if worth mentioning at all) is the gap between vertical stabilizer and fuselage could be tighter and there was a little excess glue on another part. Apart from that, I couldn't find anything else wrong.
Landing gear down is the only option and a stand is included. Only working features are the gear wheels are movable. Some have suggested Hogan should have the nose able to lower or have alternate parts. Personally I think that's a bad idea as the gaps would be too noticeable.
Overall a very fine model and would make a great addition to any airline collection unless you hate Concorde or BA;)