'Save Joey the Trislander' was established in May 2013 over fears that the aircraft could be replaced. Its creator, Paul, who did not wish to give his surname, said it would now be interesting to see where and how the Trislander would be showcased.
'Great news for sure. Of course, I'm very happy that Joey will be staying on the island,' he said.
'So far, feedback on the Save Joey Facebook group has been positive from islanders. Not surprising when you take a look at the group and see all the comments from the public. Even five months after Joey retired from flying, there are still so many positive comments posted on images and stories.
'People will definitely flock to see Joey when the final retirement home has opened up.'