Vulcan on show in Doncaster

The Vulcan Bomber's pilot, Martin Withers, who was stationed at RAF Finningley. Picture: Liz Mockler D8721LM
The Vulcan Bomber's pilot, Martin Withers, who was stationed at RAF Finningley. Picture: Liz Mockler D8721LM
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Plane enthusiasts will have a chance to see the iconic Vulcan close up this Easter.

The last flying Vulcan, XH558, will be on show from a viewing gallery at Robin Hood Airport from Good Friday until May 2.

From the viewing gallery, visitors will be able to see the Vulcan XH558 parked up outside, take photographs, try the flight simulator and visit the shop for lots of Vulcan memorabilia - with volunteers on hand to answer questions about the stunning craft.

It will be free to view the plane between, but there is a parkign charge. However, if a discounted car parking ticket of £3 will be offered to people making a purchase at Wetherspons in terminal building and this will cover the parking for the five hours the plane can be viewed.

For the viewing gallery, visitors are asked to enter the main terminal building and follow the clearly marked out signs.

For more details of the viewing conditions please visit: www.robinhoodairport.com.