Fans of the forthcoming Great British Bake Off competition have the chance to submit their own quiche recipes to the show, but would you like to spend a day stuck inside a glitzy airborne hangar? The industrial estate in North Yorkshire where it is planned has the answer: Quattro will give visitors one hour inside its hangar and a one-hour flight in one of a dozen Boeing 747s.
On the day, Quattro will show visitors how the aircraft are assembled by video, before removing the external components and taking the visitors on a free flight.
Potential visitors are being encouraged to email their quiche recipe to the business and show organisers.
The sculpture installation and art flight are made possible by a partnership between Quattro, North Yorkshire county council and local business Red Ring Spaces.
Seven vendors have been named to sell food and drink at the site: Tasty Divas, Toast Plus, Emley Cupcakes, Kettle Chips, Llama Farm Provisions, Sammore Bone Bar and Get It Salt. The cookery team from the BBC show will be on hand to provide the patisserie.