The Show’s Flying Display Director, David Walton of TSA Consulting Ltd, said,
“Although the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) have issued restrictions on vintage aircraft displays over land, this guidance will not have as great an effect on Southport as the show is over water.
“The flying participation is constantly evaluated and assessed for adherence to regulations and a Flying Control Committee is established with the sole function of monitoring the safety of each display and the Show overall.
“I am sure that we will deliver a safe and enjoyable Show for all our visitors.”
Southport Air Show runs on Saturday September 19 and Sunday September 20 in Southport , with aircraft including the Vulcan, the Red Arrows, Typhoon, Chinook helicopters, Black Cats and a Spitfire XIX.
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