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  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    08/03/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: INSIDE OF THE AIRBUS) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue Ð still with the planeÕs original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site Ð a nine-passenger 1970s Jet Star.But the 47ft...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    09/05/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: THE 47FT LONG AIRBUS HAD TO BE CUT IN TWO TO BE HAULED INTO THE CAMPSITE IN TENBY, REDBURTH, WALES.) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue Ð still with the planeÕs original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    09/05/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED:12 FT OF THE AIRBUS HAD TO BE CUT OFF TO GET IT INTO THE SITE. ) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue Ð still with the planeÕs original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site Ð a...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    09/05/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: THE AIRBUS BEING CRANED IN ) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue Ð still with the planeÕs original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site Ð a nine-passenger 1970s Jet Star.But the...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    05/22/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: AIRBUS BEING HAULED IN.) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue Ð still with the planeÕs original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site Ð a nine-passenger 1970s Jet Star.But the 47ft...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    09/05/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: THE AIRBUS BEING CRANED IN ) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue Ð still with the planeÕs original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site Ð a nine-passenger 1970s Jet Star.But the...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    05/22/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: AIRBUS BEING HAULED INTO THE SITE.) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue Ð still with the planeÕs original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site Ð a nine-passenger 1970s Jet...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    05/22/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: THE AIRBUS CAN BE SEEN FROM FAR AWAY FROM THE SITE.) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue Ð still with the planeÕs original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site Ð a nine-passenger...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    07/16/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: THE AIRBUS BEFORE IT WAS DECORATED) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue Ð still with the planeÕs original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site Ð a nine-passenger 1970s Jet...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    04/12/2018
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: THE UFO WHERE VISITORS CAN ALSO STAY IN AT APPLE CAMPSITE IN SOUTH WALES ) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue - still with the plane's original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    09/06/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: THE JET STAR WHERE VISITORS CAN ALSO STAY IN AT APPLE CAMPSITE IN SOUTH WALES ) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue - still with the plane's original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    09/06/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: Toby Rhys Davies, 47, outside of the airbus with his girlfriend Tiffany Martin, 49) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue - still with the plane's original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    09/06/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: Toby Rhys Davies, 47) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue - still with the plane's original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site - a nine-passenger 1970s Jet Star.But the 47ft...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    09/06/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: Toby Rhys Davies, 47, with his girlfriend Tiffany Martin, 49) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue - still with the plane's original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site - a...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    07/12/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: THE EXTRA 12 FT HAS BEEN USED TO ADD AN OUTDOOR BBQ AREA TO THE VENUE.) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue - still with the plane's original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    07/25/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: EMERGENCY EXIT INSIDE OF THE AIRBUS ) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue - still with the plane's original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site - a nine-passenger 1970s Jet...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    07/25/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: FULLY FUNCTIONAL KITCHEN INSIDE OF THE AIRBUS ) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue - still with the plane's original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site - a nine-passenger 1970s...

  • STAY IN AIRBUS
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    STAY IN AIRBUS
    08/01/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM Mercury Press - (PICTURED: THE OUTDOOR BBQ AREA) - An Etihad Airbus jumbo jet which once flew more than 500 passengers has been saved from the scrapyard and transformed into an incredible glamping venue - still with the plane's original kitchen and emergency exit.Toby Rhys Davies, 47, is the owner of the quirky Apple Campsite, in Redburth, South Wales, which first made headlines in 2016 when he welcomed his first aircraft to the site - a nine-passenger 1970s Jet Star.But the 47ft...