Scotland's National Airshow

Join us for Scotland's National Airshow on Saturday 27 July 2019.


Tickets are now available at special early bird prices until 11 July. 
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RAF Typhoon

The RAF’s awesome Typhoon will showcase its power and agility in a thrilling solo display and will be joined on the programme by Supermarine Spitfire, Hawker Hurricane and Avro Lancaster aircraft from the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

Aerobatic displays

Renowned aerobatic display team, The Blades will take to the skies over East Fortune, performing a jaw-dropping sequence of manoeuvres including synchronised rolls, twists, double tumbles and knife-edge spins.  

There is also a welcome return of the Aerosuperbatics wingwalkers performing their breath-taking acrobatics and headstands while strapped to the top wings of two 1940s Boeing Stearman biplanes.

Debut aircraft

Aircraft making their debut at the event include a 1966 Nanchang CJ-6 in the colours of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army as well as two de Havilland Chipmunk aircraft.  The flight programme will also feature two helicopters from the Army Air Corps Historic Flight  - a Bell Sioux and a Westland Scout helicopter.

Other aircraft confirmed to date include an American P47 Thunderbolt Second World War-era fighter aircraft, a pair of Vampire jets, a Jet Provost training aircraft and a Douglas Skyraider, an American single-seat attack aircraft.

On the ground

There will be a host of family entertainment and the chance to explore all this historic site including the historic Second World War aircraft hangars, which are packed with exciting displays telling the stories of military and civil aviation over the past century.

50 years after Concorde first took to the skies, you will be able to step on board Concorde G-BOAA. You can also enjoy the family-friendly Fantastic Flight gallery with its interactive exhibits and can learn about the fascinating story of the R.34 airship in the Fortunes of War exhibition. This year marks the centenary of the airship’s record-breaking double crossing of the Atlantic.

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