13 SEPTEMBER 2010
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BAGINTON, as it was called in the past, is again welcoming fare paying passengers, albeit in a fairly modest way. With the granting of a licence by the CAA to the new Coventry Airport operator Patriot Aerospace, Air Atlantique Classic Flight’s AIRBASE living museum is once again able to offer pleasure flights. These coincide with the museum’s open days Thursday to Sunday. The 30-minute experience in a de Havilland Rapide takes passengers on an overview of the surrounding countryside including the City of Coventry, Warwick Castle and historic Leamington Spa. Cost is £75 per person. On Sunday 26 September the airport, as part of its re-opening festivities, will host a major open day in aid of “Help for Heroes” including the first ever landing of an Avro Vulcan. www.coventryairport.co.uk www.classicflightclub.com/airbase
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