The free Wales National Airshow will be returning to Swansea Bay on Saturday June 30 and Sunday July 1 2018. Breathtaking aerobatic displays, state-of-the-art military aircraft and vintage planes from the past thrilled over 250,000 visitors in Swansea Bay last summer.
Saturday the 1st and Sunday the 2nd July 2017 saw the annual Wales Airshow take place in Swansea Bay. The event attracts around 200,o00 visitors to the area for the 2-day long event which sees displays from the Red Arrows and other top aircraft displays. As with all airshows, weather [read more]
The Red Arrows and the RAF Typhoon display team are the latest aircraft to have been confirmed for the 2017 Wales National Airshow. The event which now takes place annually in Swansea Bay has become a hugely popular attraction with over 20,000 visitors over the course of the weekend in [read more]
The Wales National Air Show (WNAS) at Swansea will still be a free event despite the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) adding massive charges to air show organisers that has already resulted in the cancellation of many air shows around the UK. The air show, which is now annual, takes place [read more]