The sun came out for Airbourne: Eastbourne International Airshow over the weekend with the show’s busiest ever day in its 23 year history.
The free four day airshow welcomed its biggest ever audience on Super Saturday as hundreds of thousands watched the Vulcan bomber fly for a final time over the town, along with the first ever free-to-watch flight of the world’s only flying Blenheim bomber.
For daily flight times, please purchase an Airbourne Programme nearer the time where you can view the preliminary times and receive a daily updated flight schedule.
Airbourne returns from 11 – 14 August 2016 and entry is free. All flying is subject to RAF operational commitments, weather and serviceability.
Please note the information below relates to 2015, check back in early 2016 for updates.
Vulcan XH558’s engines were re-started for the first time in August 2007. Finally, 14 years after its last flight & with over £7 million spent, Vulcan XH558 roared into the air again on Thursday 18th October 2007. An unforgettable day for the Vulcan to the Sky team. XH558 was finally granted her Permit to Fly on 3rd July 2008, and returned to air displays two days later at a packed RAF Waddington Airshow, her former home.
Ever since the incredible aircraft has been amazing crowds around the country and we are very fortunate for her to return to Eastbourne Air Show in 2015 displaying on Saturday 15 August.
The Reds are back in town for 2015!
Regarded as one of the world’s premier aerobatic teams, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, The Red Arrows, featuring new look Union Jack tailfins, the world renowned RAF Red Arrows display team will wow crowds on the seafront, beaches and reopened pier with three performances over Eastbourne, in one of the UK’s busiest free flying displays.
The four day free seafront airshow which runs from 13 – 16 August, is set for even more excitement thanks to the multiple visits 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.