Blades Aerobatic team’s breathtaking Southport aerial views


Breathtaking Southport aerial views – courtesy of The Blades Aerobatic Team.

This is the team’s final displays of the 2015 air show flying season.

In addition to flying at air shows and public events, The Blades are the only aerobatic display team in the world that also operates as an airline, flying awe-inspiring air displays and providing a powerful platform for unique aerobatic flights, corporate days, flying events and flying experiences.

Whether providing a celebratory air display, delivering bespoke corporate events, providing a unique conference venue or hosting a stunning summer ball, The Blades are unparalleled in their capabilities, the heart of which is taking passengers on aerobatic flights.

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Sunday at Southport Air Show you can see aircraft including the Red Arrows, Mustang P-51, Spitfire, Sea King helicopter, Tigers freefall parachute team, the Typhoon and the Hawk T2 Role Demo with beach explosions.

Sunday, September 20:

12.30pm – Red Arrows

1pm – P-51 Mustang

1.12pm – Sea King

1.37pm – Tigers Freefall Team

1.59pm – Bulldog & Tutor

2.04pm – Bulldog

2.12pm – Tutor

2.22pm – Jet Provost

2.34pm – Swordfish

2.44pm – Black Cats

2.58pm – Hurricane and Spitfire

3.15pm – The Blades

3.32pm – Meteor

3.42pm – MiG 15

3.52pm – Xtreme XA41

4.01pm – Scout AH1

4.09pm – Hawk T2 Role Demo with beach explosions

4.21pm – Typhoon


For more information on The Blades Display Team, flying experiences or corporate flying days, or to find out what The Blades can do for you, contact Phil Aiken on 01604 671 309 on visit:


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