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One of the most historic aircraft in the world graced the skies over Durham Tees Valley Airport today, watched by thousands of people.
One of the most historic aircraft in the world is touring the UK this summer—and one of the highlights of its visit will be when it flies into Durham Tees Valley Airport.
The Chairman of the Middleton St George Memorial Association says the forthcoming visit to Durham Tees Valley Airport of one of only two Lancaster bombers still flying in the world will be ‘a unique opportunity to recognise the huge contribution to defending our freedoms from all those who flew from this airfield during World War Two.’
Less than three days after booking opened passes for the visit of one of the world’s most historic aircraft to Durham Tees Valley Airport later this month have sold out.
Event organisers of the Mynarski Lancaster Bomber Celebration Day taking place at Durham Tees Valley Airport say they’ve had an unprecedented response since booking for passes to the event opened last night.