This event has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. https://ukaviation.news/farnborough-international-airshow-cancelled/
This event has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. https://ukaviation.news/2020-air-tattoo-at-raf-fairford-cancelled/
RNAS Yeovilton, the spiritual home of the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm, will open their gates to 40,000 visitors to enjoy the spectacular five-hour flying display. The focus will very much be on saluting the past, showcasing the present whilst offering a glimpse into the future of Maritime Aviation Capability [read more]
The Royal Air Force has confirmed that the 2020 RAF Cosford Airshow has been officially cancelled. The organisers originally postponed the event hoping to run the airshow later in 2020 but say they are now clear that the precautions necessary to safely run the airshow under guidelines to prevent the [read more]
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]
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]
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 Scottish International Airshow have announced that they have no choice but to cancel this years event after South Ayrshire Council withdrew funding and “in-kind” support for the Airshow. This means that airshow organisers have no choice but to cancel all the aircraft booked to display at the event as [read more]
The Jersey International Air Display 2019 takes place on the 12th September at St Aubins Bay, Jersey. This years free event features a very special visitor, the British Airways BEA Airbus A319.
An action-packed, fun-filled two-day event with spectacular displays in the air and on the ground. The show, which attracts thousands of spectators each year, celebrates its 11th successful year in 2019.