The Aeropark is both an aviation museum and a viewing area where you can study the preserved planes of yesteryear or watch the modern airliners of today taking-off and landing at a growing international passenger and cargo airport.

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Within the Aeropark there are two viewing mounds which are just 170 metres north of the main east/west runway of the airport (runway 09 threshold). The mound at the eastern end of the Aeropark is the height of the airport perimeter fence which gives an unrestricted view across the airport perfect for taking photographs.

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Important COVID-19 Announcement

The trustee's and Committee have reviewd the latest government guidelines and have reluctantly come to the decision to keep the Aeropark closed to the public for the rest of 2020.

The volunteers will continue to work on the exhibits including moving some of the exhibits around which is difficult to do during the winter period.

The Aeropark will reopen in 2021 (date to be announced) we look forward to welcoming you back.

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