Lancaster stranded at Durham Tees Valley could leave
The Lancaster bomber which has been stuck at Durham Tees Valley Airport since developing engine trouble could be ready to move on Tuesday, its repair team has claimed.
Repairs have been ongoing on the Canadian aeroplane since an issue affected engine number four on Friday, the day it was due to leave the North East.
BBC reporter Jonathan Swingler spoke to Randy Straughan from the team looking after the bomber about the progress of the repairs.
01 Sep 2014
- From the section Tees