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Posted Thursday, September 19th 2019

Flyers continue to soar with Aerospace Bristol

Bristol Flyers is delighted to continue its partnership with Aerospace Bristol ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.

Now an elite partner to the club, the Aerospace Bristol museum has signed a digital-first deal, which will see its brand brought to life through the Flyers’ social media channels in addition to providing fans with offers to visit a different kind of Flyer in Bristol. 

Situated on the historic Filton Airfield, to the north of Bristol, Aerospace Bristol is a family attraction that takes visitors on a flight through history - from World War One biplanes to more modern aircraft, helicopters, engines, missiles, and even a space rocket. There are interactive exhibits for all ages to enjoy and the star attraction is Concorde Alpha Foxtrot, the last Concorde ever to fly.

The exhibition is housed in a WWI aircraft hangar and Concorde is stunningly displayed with an incredible show projected on to the side of the supersonic jet.

Speaking on the continued partnership, Adam Jones, Marketing Manager for Aerospace Bristol said: “Aerospace Bristol is proud to support Bristol Flyers and we were pleased to welcome the team on board Concorde this summer.

“Looking ahead to the new season, we’re particularly excited to introduce a new passport offer. Flyers fans will be able to collect player autographs in their passports and if they collect enough, will earn a free child ticket to Aerospace Bristol.”

Bristol Flyers Commercial Manager Steve Devereux added: “We’re delighted to have Aerospace Bristol back with us for another season, now as an elite partner.

“Bristol played a significant part in Britain’s aviation industry and we are two businesses paying homage to this in our own ways, so it’s a fitting partnership.”

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