In Pictures: Teesside Airshow 2022

“Circus 1” Flt Lt Abbey Addison marshalling Red One into a parking spot. (Ryan Lim)

11th June 2022 saw the return of Teesside Airshow to Teesside International Airport. Over 20,000 people attended the sold out event to watch the Red Arrows perform their display routine over the skies of the North East.

UKAviation.news was on ground that day to capture how the day unfolded.

Images all taken by Ryan Lim for UKAviation.news.

Static Displays

Hawker Hunter Aviation ZZ190 on static display
Hunting Percival P84 Jet Provost T3A (XM479) from the Newcastle Jet Provost Group.
Eden Flight Training’s Piper Warrior II
Draken’s Dassault Falcons for Red Air simulation training

Displays

A planespotter gets his photographs of the Red Arrows arriving into Teeside Airport before breaking to land.
The BBMF Hurricane flies over the Red Arrows and PBY 5A Canso “Miss Pickup”
The Red Arrows conduct a synchronised take-off for their display.
The Red Arrows turn heads with their smoke over the crowd.
Turning into a “Tornado” formation, they head for crowd center
Precision flying is needed for a close pass such as this.
Circus One marshals Red One into position after touchdown from the display.
PBY 5A Canso “Miss Pick-up” taxis into position and hold for a short takeoff in front of the crowd.
Mirror formation over the crowd by the Starlings in Extra 300s.
Gyro Air Displays conduct a low level flight showcasing the abilities of the autogyro to fly on a dime.
Peter Davies waving the flag as he taxies back upon arrival past the Red Arrows aircraft.
RAF Typhoon Display Team’s Blackjack roars in over the crowd.
Turning and burning over the airfield causing the ground to shake as it passed.
RAF Falcons Display Team arriving by aircraft due to high winds experienced on the day.
Red Arrows ground crew marshalling the aircraft for departure.
Final takeoff for the day by the Reds as they return to RAF Scampton for the night.
Unexpected departure of the day being the De Havilland Chipmunk which left even before the event had finish providing one last surprise for the visitors.
About Ryan Lim 12 Articles
Born into an airline family, Ryan has always walked about looked upwards. He is usually found plane spotting or at an airshow when not writing about airplanes.

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