Cold War jets roar at Bruntingthorpe – full report

On Saturday, 16th September, Bruntingthorpe Cold War Jets Collection once again opened its doors to the general public, for a day of close-quarters aviation action

A limited number of 150 tickets went on sale in advance to those wanting to experience the smells, sounds and feelings of being up close to live and running vintage jets. The changes at Bruntingthorpe have been widely documented, which means access to the runway is no longer possible. However, the collection is lucky enough to have access to a large concrete apron located to the front of the QRA sheds and hardstanding land, which means the public can get closer than ever before to living and breathing vintage jets!

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