Bournemouth Air Show
Bournemouth Air Festival 2019 Are you ready for the Bournemouth Air Festival 2019? It's taking place on Thursday 29th August until Sunday 1st September 2019! What is the iconic Air Festival? Whatever you want to see, be it on land, sea or in the air there will be plenty to keep you entertained this year. As well as flying displays...
Bournemouth Air Show 2018 The Bournemouth air show is back for a spectacular 4 day event. You can enjoy a range of different air displays and attractions while sat on the stunning beaches that Bournemouth have to offer. The event starts on 30th August and will end on the 2nd September. Will you be going along? As the air show...
Thursday 31st August to Sunday 3rd September - get set for the UK's biggest air festival, 4-days of action and entertainment in the air, on land and at sea! Air Festival - what is it and what's going on? This year is the 10th Bournemouth Air Festival and they are incredibly proud to have entertained more than 8.5million people since 2008...
The best family event of the summer is back for the 8th year running and we couldn’t be more excited! Bournemouth Air Festival brings you a long weekend of the best air, land and sea displays in the country from Thursday 18th to Sunday 21st August. Bournemouth Air Festival Earlier this year, in May, Bournemouth Air Festival was awarded gold by Visit England and is officially the best tourism event in the whole country! If that wasn’t enough to draw you in then just check out what they have to offer you in 2016! The Red Arrows have been confirmed for all 4 days of the festival once again! They are a firm family favourite year in, year out, so it’s only right to have them headline Bournemouth Air festival. The RN Black Cats helicopter display team will also be performing over the weekend along with the Tigers Freefall Parachute Display Team and the mighty RAF Typhoon. New for 2016, the Swiss Air Force Super Puma Display Team will also be joining us! The excitement doesn’t end there either as there will also be the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and Royal Navy ships. Continue reading →