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Village in northern France set to rename its airport after Queen Elizabeth II


Village in northern France set to rename its airport after Queen Elizabeth II, who ‘visited when she was a little girl’

  • Latest tribute to Queen will see Le Touquet-Paris-Plage airport named after her
  • She had visited the resort with her family in the early 1930s when a little girl
  • The airport and resort is now hugely popular with private fliers from the UK 
  • The new name of the airport in the French seaside town is not yet known 
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A seaside town in northern France that was once the playground of British royalty is to name its airport after the Queen.

In the latest huge tribute to one of the most popular late monarchs in the world, Le Touquet-Paris-Plage (Le Touquet-Paris-Beach) will…



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