Skip to content
 

Red Arrows and Typhoon announced at Bournemouth’s landmark festival

Red Arrows - credit BCP Tourism BAF21

Crowd-pleasing Red Arrows will be making a roaring return to Britain’s biggest free air festival this year.

The award-winning Bournemouth Air Festival will welcome back the RAF Typhoon from the military, this time for four days.

The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Spitfire, Hurricane and Lancaster will also take to the skies for four performances at the landmark festival, which is scheduled to take place from Thursday, September 1, to Sunday, September 4.

Jon Weaver Air Festival Director said: “We look forward to welcoming everyone’s favourite - the incredible, world-famous RAF Red Arrows this year.

“We’re so pleased to be also welcoming back the Typhoon and BBMF.

“Along with these headlining acts, this year is shaping up to be one of the best we have ever had, and we’re looking forward to making more exciting announcements to festival programme over the coming months.”

Cllr Beverley Dunlop, Portfolio Holder for Culture and Vibrant Places, said: “It’s fantastic to welcome back the Air Festival in 2022.

“The Air Festival is widely loved and attracts many visitors every year. It’s wonderful to see families and children having a good time – the whole atmosphere is electric.

“We have an amazing team that organises it and it’s such an important part of our festival calendar. I can’t wait to see it all come together.”

Regarded as the UK’s most successful civilian air show with brilliant entertainment in the skies, on land and in the evening, the 14th Air Festival is certainly set to be the event of the summer.

@bournemouthairfestival @bmthairfest @BmthAirFest

Press Information: email Julia.bullas@bcpcouncil.gov.uk

Commercial and sponsorship opportunities: email helen.wildman@bcpcouncil.gov.uk

 

 

Posted on Wednesday 23 March 2022