Next event for me in July: The Royal International Air Tattoo – United Kingdom 2018
During the weekend of July 13-15, the gates of RAF Fairford opened once again for the visitors to this year’s Royal International Air Tattoo. 200.000 people attended over the weekend to witness one of the best air shows in Europe. The Air Tattoo, one of the UK’s premier outdoor events, returns this summer and will be marking a very special occasion in 2018, the centenary of the Royal Air Force. As well as commemorating the past achievements, we’ll also be celebrating the present and helping to inspire the future of the RAF.
Three Full Days
RAF100 at the Air Tattoo will be a full three day event, with over 7 hours of amazing flying on all three days. Friday will be a day not to miss, featuring a Royal Review of aircraft, a 7hr+ flying display and dramatic flypasts to celebrate the Centenary. Due to the nature of this event, flying participants may be different on each day.
Aircraft are the stars of the Air Tattoo and soon you’ll find all the information about the aircraft and operators invited to participate in the 2018 show. RIAT 2018 be having a full three days of airshows with over 7 hours of flying on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in 2018. Because RIAT 2018 will be a different event, many display participants will be different on each day.
Next event for me in May: The International Air Show – Poznań Air Show 19th & 20th of May 2018
Additionally on 19-20 May 2018 the International Air Show Aerofestival 2018 will take place at the Poznań Ławica airport. During the two days of the event aviation fans will be able to enjoy more than 8 hours of dynamic air shows, a large static exhibition and many other attractions. We have also prepared a special offer for spotters.
More than 10 hours of shows, dozens of airships, unprecedented so far attractions on the ground. This is just a brief description of the third edition of the International Poznań Air Show 2018 which will be held on 19-20 May 2018, at premises of Poznań–Ławica Henryk Wieniawski Airport.
Last year the event was visited by over 40 000 people who could admire the air shows performed by the best pilots from all over the world and take a closer look at the static exposition of all kinds of airships – starting from helicopters and gliders, through cargo planes, to supersonic aircraft.
“ After many months of hard work we can officially announce the next edition of the Poznań Air Show. We are certain that this will be a unique event which will meet everybody’s expectations – both those of the aviation fans and whole families which want to spend their free time in an extraordinary way” – said Tomasz Kobierski, Vice-President of Poznań International Fair. (source: www.poznanairshow.pl)