Hundreds of visitors took a journey to remember at a primary school.
Pupils wowed everyone as the school hall was transformed into a sensory filled, multicultural experience to celebrate the diversity of countries across the globe.
Visitors to the project received a boarding card and checked in to the airport lounge.
They then departed through Gate 07 on a trip around the world visiting Brazil, Japan, Australia, India, USA, South Africa and finally landing back in the UK.
Pupils even had their own passport which they stamped as they visited the countries.
Music, artwork, videos and writing produced by the children enabled visitors to experience life in other cultures.
As well as family and friends, the project was visited by Ellesmere Port mayor Lynn Clare and Ellesmere Port and Neston MP Justin Madders with the event welcoming hundreds of visitors to embark on a journey to remember."