Some of the pioneer aircraft which shaped Britain's aviation industry are going on display in Cornwall.
Classic planes from the 1950s and 60s have been brought together in a museum at Newquay Airport. Some of them have been saved from the scrapyard.
Flights are still being diverted to and from Newquay Airport due to a waterlogged runway at Lands End. The airport had reopened on Monday morning but following more rain, Skybus have again halted operations.
Flights will be operating to/from Newquay Airport until at least Monday 18 February.
Flights between the Isles of Scilly and Lands End will continue to be diverted to Newquay Airport until Saturday 9th February at the earliest. This is because of a waterlogged runway at Lands End.
The St Mawes to Falmouth passenger ferry service has been suspended for the rest of today due to severe weather conditions.
Delays are also possible to flights to and from Newquay Airport due to adverse weather.
Meanwhile, snow ploughs and blowers are continuing to clear the A39 in Somerset, which has been one of the worst hit roads in the region.
Skybus will continue to operate flights to the Isles of Scilly via Newquay Airport up to and including Monday 21st January 2013, when the situation will be reviewed.
Further rain has been predicted to fall at Land’s End Airport in the coming days. With the ground already saturated it is still too wet to operate scheduled services from the airfield.
Skybus will continue to operate flights to the Isles of Scilly via Newquay Airport until next Wednesday when the situation will be reviewed. Land's End Airport has not been in use after heavy rain resulted in a waterlogged runway.
Fog is today holding up flights at Newquay airport.
It comes a day after it was announced that the passenger plane service between the Isles of Scilly and Cornwall will continue to be diverted from Land's End to Newquay until after Christmas.
Bob Crampton has the latest forecast for Thursday:
New routes from Newquay to London Southend and Liverpool's John Lennon Airport have been announced by easyJet.
The airline will operate six services per week to Liverpool and London Southend starting in June 2013 and tickets are now on sale.
The new routes are expected to attract around 20,000 passengers to and from Cornwall.
Following the news that easyJet will begin operating new routes from Liverpool and London Southend to Newquay, Al Titterington, Managing Director of the airport commented: