'Plane-spotting helps my autistic son'
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'Plane-spotting helps my autistic son'

Calum Thomson's "happy place" is Glasgow Airport and he goes plane-spotting there almost every day.

The 18-year-old has classic autism which leaves him prone to hyperactivity, obsessional behaviour and sudden outbursts of emotion.

His father Tommy says plane-spotting has helped Calum "in more ways that I can probably describe".

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  • 23 Nov 2018