Airbourne: Eastbourne International Airshow 14th - 17th August 2014

Royal Navy Raider Parachute team

Airbourne returns in 2014 with what is already set to be a fantastic four days of fast jets, historic aircraft, parachute displays and so much more.

After being voted the UK’s best free airshow for two years in a row by Airscene fans, Airbourne: Eastbourne International Airshow is back this year even bigger and better than ever, with not one but four Red Arrows displays to delight fans.

Joining the Red Arrows, fans can be sure to look forward to another great selection of aircraft from modern strike fighter jet's to historic vintage aircraft from WWII. Not forgetting the always popular parachute display teams making a splash as they jump from upto 12,000ft into the sea!

The Reds are back in town!

The Red Arrows

Regarded as one of the world’s premier aerobatic teams, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, The Red Arrows, return to wow the crowds on all four days of Airbourne 2014.

''2014 will be the 50th display season for the Red Arrows in which they will continue to enthrall, captivate and inspire millions of people both in the UK and around the world with a series of displays and flypasts at a wide variety of events.''

The four day free seafront airshow which runs from 14 – 17 August, is set for even more excitement thanks to the quadruple visit by the world’s most famous high precision display team along with the best of British flying.

Leading a line up of fast jets, historic aircraft and many favourites from the last two decades of the show, the world famous Red Arrows will take to the sky every day throughout Airbourne.

 
 

Eurofighter Typhoon

Eurofighter Typhoon at Eastbourne AirbourneThe Typhoon is a multi-role combat aircraft, capable of being deployed in the full spectrum of air operations, from air policing, to peace support, through to high intensity conflict that is one of the best modern military jets anywhere in the world.
 

RAF Tucano

RAF Tucano at Eastbourne Airbourne 2014The Tucano T1 is a modified version of the Brazilian Embraer EMB-312 Tucano aircraft. The Tucano replaced the Jet Provost in RAF service and its two-seat tandem cockpit makes it an ideal lead-in to the Hawk, which is flown at the next stage of training.
 

Tutor

RAF TutorThe Grob Tutor, is used for Elementary Flying Training by the 14 University Air Squadrons and 12 Air Experience Flights throughout the UK. The combination of docile handling characteristics and good performance make it very suitable for its training role.
 
 

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Sea King

RAF Sea KingThe Westland Sea King HAR3 entered RAF service in 1978 and the 3A in 1996; both marks of aircraft are used in the Search and Rescue (SAR) role. The aircraft are operated from six locations around the UK, with each location supporting two aircraft. There is also a detachment of two HAR3s providing SAR cover in the Falkland Islands.