On Wednesday 2nd March 2022 Boeing 747-400 “Negus” preserved at Cotswold Airport opened to the public for the first time, despite the inclement conditions some keen aviation enthusiasts and visitors eager to see Negus made the trip to Cotswold Airport.
The aircraft is open Wednesdays and Saturdays and all visitors must purchase a ticket to vist the aircraft, each ticket allows you up to 1 hour onboard the aircraft, tickets can be puchased at – https://cotswoldairport.ticketsrv.co.uk/tickets/
- Adult £10.00
- Child £0.00 (1 child free with each paying adult)
- Additional Child £5.00
- Carer £0.00
For more information and to contact the airport directly visit – https://www.cotswoldairport.com/g-civb-boeing-747-negus/
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