Red Arrows in four-day festival fly-by

Red Arrows have announced that they will perform at all four days of the prestigious Bournemouth Air Festival.

Red Arrows have announced that they will perform at all four days of the prestigious Bournemouth Air Festival.

The team has been the highlight of the Festival since its beginning in 2008 and it is the first time that they are going to be present in every single day of the much anticipated summer event.

This year the Reds Arrows celebrate their 50th display season and they have introduced a new tail logo, in the shape of a Union flag.

Bournemouth Air Festival will run from 28th August through to the 31st August this year.

The Festival includes air displays from classic flying machines like Sea Venom FB50, Spitfire or P51D Mustang to modern day speed machines like Typhoon Eurofighter, sea displays, interactive static displays, fireworks, family fun attractions, and music & live entertainment as well as display teams from the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and Royal Marines.

It takes place between Bournemouth and Boscombe Pier and in the Lower Gardens and the number of visitors are anticipated to be in excess of up to 200,000 per day. Last year’s festival was without doubt the most successful so far, setting a record of over 1.4 million visitors.

More information will be released at the Air Festival launch event at the end of March.

 

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