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The organisers of RAF Cosford Air Show today announced that all tickets available through their online and phone line sales operations are sold out. Air Show Chairman Wing Commander Kevin Rayner said "We are delighted with the take up this year, particularly as this is the first year we have run an advance ticket only event".


Tickets are still available from the show's retail outlets throughout the region, details of which are on their web site . The joint air show and rail travel tickets are also still available through manned rail ticket offices across the country, but both are selling fast.

Wing Commander Rayner added "We are on track for a complete sell out in the next few days. It is important that people understand they must not travel to the show without a ticket. This is the first time that there will be no tickets available on the gate".

Organisers are hoping for even more improvements to last year's successful traffic plan. Air Show Director Clive Elliott said "The new car park outside Gate 1 will offer a really speedy entry and exit, and the fact that our gate teams won't be spending time selling tickets means traffic should flow better than even before".

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