Planes flying at Southport Air Show 2015


The last EVER flypast with the Vulcan and the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows!

As this is the last display season for the Vulcan, there will never be another chance to see this unique and incredible formation.

This is the last EVER flypast with the Vulcan and the Red Arrows and it is happening here, at the Southport Air Show!

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The Southport Air Show is now entering its 25th year, and the annual two-day event will see dozens of aircraft take to the skies above Southport beach.

From Spitfires to Red Arrows, Typhoon to WW2 Replicas, aviation enthusiasts will be in their element during this year’s show, which runs on 19 and 20 September.

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You can check out all the aircraft that will be flying at this year’s Air Show below.

All aircraft will be attending both days unless stated….

The Vulcan (Saturday only) Red Arrows Typhoon Hawk T2 Role Demo Tutor
Black Cats Sea King SAR Swordfish Chinook (Saturday only) Hurricane & Spitfire
The Blades Xtreme XA41 Jet Provost Bulldog Tigers Freefall Team
P-51 Mustang MiG-15 Meteor Army Historic Aircraft Flight (static display)

The following planes will landing on a purpose built runway on the beach during the Air Show:

Ikarus C42 Flex wing microlight Steen Skybolt Jodel DR1050 WW2 Replica Storch
De Havilland Tiger Moth Luscombe Silvaire Auster Autocrat Hornet Moth or Aeronca C3 Savannah VG
Flex wing microlight Blade 582 Rans S6-ESA Taylorcraft BC12D Zenair CH601 HD Corby Starlet
Tecnam P2002 JF De Havilland Chipmunk DCH-Z


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