Re­turn visit for Fly­ing Scots­man

The Press and Journal (Moray) - - NEWS -

The world’s most fa­mous lo­co­mo­tive is to steam into In­ver­ness this May – for only the sec­ond time in the cel­e­brated Fly­ing Scots­man’s il­lus­tri­ous his­tory.

How­ever, pas­sen­gers will be forced to de­part with £999 of their hard­earned cash to en­joy the lux­ury of first-class hos­pi­tal­ity.

The first-class ex­cur­sion will see pas­sen­gers greeted with cham­pagne and cakes, along­side a three­night stay in a four-star In­ver­ness ho­tel.

A lesser op­tion is also avail­able with pre­mium stan­dard pas­sen­gers re­ceiv­ing free tea and cof­fee and be­ing put up in a Hol­i­day Inn Ex­press for the du­ra­tion of the trip, at a cost of £699 per per­son.

Sep­a­rate trips are also be­ing of­fered by the Fly­ing Scots­man’s sis­ter lo­co­mo­tive, Mayflower, which will see pas­sen­gers take in the north, tour­ing Wick and Thurso, along with Kyle of Lochalsh, at an ad­di­tional cost.

Pre­vi­ously, the Fly­ing Scots­man vis­ited In­ver­ness back in 2000.

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