13th Annual Cockpitfest
16th & 17th June 2012
Newark Air Museum are proud to invite you to Cockpitfest. Everybody loves getting close to aircraft - and what better way than an annual meet of aircraft cockpits, instrument panels and their collectors in the friendly and informal setting of Newark Air Museum.
Recent successes have proven the attraction of the event, with attendances growing steadily from year to year. All cockpit, panel and equipment owners/restorers are most welcome to exhibit. Diversity is what we seek and the attendance of new exhibitors is particularly welcome.
Click here for a slide show of the Cockpitfest 2011, or see Previous 'fests for photo reports of past events.
Location and admission
Centrally located just off the A1 at Newark, Nottinghamshire, UK, the Newark Air Museum has a renowned collection of airframes and other exhibits. As if the visiting cockpits weren't enough, the museum always plan to open up some of its aircraft to public inspection at different times during the Cockpitfest weekend too.
Regular admission charges to the museum apply during Cockpitfest. There is disabled access, a great cafe and plenty of car parking. It should be noted by visitors that, as many cockpits travel a long way to attend the event, it should be expected that some will begin to leave from 2.00pm onwards on Sunday. Early viewing is therefore recommended to avoid disappointment.
For further details...
See "Cockpitfest - General Information on the event" (link in the panel at top right of this page), e-mail Bill O'Sullivan (event organiser), visit the Newark Air Museum website or send SAE to Bill O'Sullivan, Cockpitfest, Newark Air Museum, Winthorpe, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY. Tel. 01636 707170.
Are you a cockpit owner?
If you own a cockpit, instrument panel etc. and would like to display your pride and joy at Cockpitfest, then follow the links at the top right of this page to read the information newsletters from the event organiser, Bill O'Sullivan.
If you would like to participate, please contact Bill O'Sullivan by e-mail, telephone on 01636 707170, or by post at Newark Air Museum, Winthorpe, Newark, Notts., NG24 2NY.
See you there!