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Bournemouth Air Festival Cancelled

The organisers of the Bournemouth Air Festival have confirmed that this years show has been cancelled as a result of the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic. The UK’s largest air festival usually attracts thousands of visitors every year Bournemouth’s beaches to watch displays from aircraft of all types including the Red Arrows. [read more]

Cosford Air Show (Image: Pete Harrison)
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Cosford Airshow 2020 ‘Postponed’

The organisers of the RAF Cosford Airshow have announced that they have decided to postpone the airshow until at least September. In a statement, the organisers said that under the current situation caused by the Coronavirus pandemic they “cannot guarantee reasonable provision by June; our emergency services need to concentrate [read more]

Airbus A330neo at Farnborough (Image: Aviation Media Co.)
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Farnborough International Airshow Cancelled

The Farnborough International Airshow 2020 due to take place in July has now been cancelled because of the Coronavirus Pandemic. The airshow is one of the biggest trade events in the world and is held bi-annually alternating with the Paris Air Fair. The organisers said in a statement: “After very [read more]

The Royal Air Force Aerobatic team, the Red Arrows, and a British Airways Boeing 747 delighted the crowds with a flypast at this year’s Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford. The Boeing 747 has been painted in the airline’s predecessor British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) livery to mark British Airways’ centenary this year. This weekend, the Red Arrows are performing in the UK for the final time this season – before embarking on their biggest-ever tour of North America. Imagery taken from Red 10’s aircraft piloted by Red 10, Sqn Ldr Adam Collins with Circus 10, Cpl Ashley Keates, Photographer in the rear seat.
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2020 Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford cancelled

The Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) 2020 has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The UK’s biggest military air show attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year to RAF Fairford and raises money for the RAF Benevolent Fund. The event had been due to take place in July. [read more]