Enjoy a thrilling day out visiting one of the UK's top airshows
A memorable day that commemorates and honours all who served, supported or suffered in the bombing campaigns of WWII. Visit the UK's tallest war memorial - The Spire - which was the last sight of Britain seen by the 58000 names on the surrounding Walls of Names.
With seven miles of golden sands and sparkling waters, Bournemouth is one of the south coast's most popular seaside resorts. There is no shortage of things to see and do, including a fine pier, attractive promenade and a variety of shops and restaurants The Bournemouth Air Festival spectacular is set against the backdrop of Bournemouth's award-winning beaches, between Bournemouth and Boscombe Piers.
Duxford aerodrome was built during the First World War and was one of the earliest Royal Air Force stations. This makes it the perfect setting for the show which is the highlight of the IWM programme of flying events, and features an amazing array of aerial displays. The spectacular includes a mixed programme of aircraft - old and new, military and non-military.
Known as the "Wimbledon" of air shows, few events can rival the intensity, drama and spectacle on offer at the world's greatest air show. On display will be modern military and classic aircraft and you'll be able to enjoy at least 7 hours of flying spectaculars including fly-past's and unique formations.
One of the Royal Navy's premier public events and their only air show, this event offers intensity, drama and spectacle and is an action-packed day out. The thrilling five hour flying display includes historic warbirds, fast jets and helicopters before its finale of the world renowned Commando Assault featuring troops, aircraft and pyrotechnics!