Re: Does Air France Concorde (Flight 4590 crash) exist?
Unless it was produced before the event, you generally won't find many model companies making releases based on crashed airliners where fatalities were involved. The odd example does occur and there are several 1:400 examples of aircraft that were involved in accidents after the model was produced. F-BTSC was produced by Gemini Jets for Socatec after the Gonesse incident of 2000, but in the old Air France livery and that's as close as you'll get with the actual reg mark.
Let's be having, the British Airways/British, Negus & Negus BAC 1-11-500 in 1:400 please !