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Scotland's National Airshow

We are sorry to announce that Scotland’s National Airshow, which was due to take place on Saturday 25 July 2020 has been cancelled. This is in light of the advice and measures currently being implemented by the UK and Scottish Governments in response to the outbreak of Covid-19 (Coronavirus).

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The world famous Red Arrows conduct a daredevil close pass manoeuvre during display training in Greece.

The Royal Air Force Aerobatic team The Red Arrows deployed to Andravida and Tenagra in Greece to begin Exercise Springhawk.

The exercise runs from the 19th March until 05th May in Greece, and will consist of the Red Arrows performing their 9 ship display three times a day over various datums in order fir the display to meet the high standards expected for the display season. The end of the exercise will be marked by the pilots being awarded Public Display Authority which will allow them to display in public and wear the iconic red suits.
Hawk wings

The BAE Systems Hawk is a British single-engine, jet-powered advanced trainer aircraft. A stunning pair of Hawk wings with the iconic RAF Red Arrows livery are on display in the new Explore gallery at the National Museum of Scotland.

Red Arrows to Head the Line Up at Scotland’s National Airshow

The line-up for Scotland’s National Airshow at the National Museum of Flight, East Fortune has just been confirmed, with the RAF Red Arrows display team set to top the bill with a high-octane performance at the East Lothian attraction on Saturday 28 July. Tickets are now on sale and are available at special early bird prices until 13 July.

Red Arrows Hawk

This iconic Red Arrows Hawk T.1A was flown by the Royal Air Force (RAF) Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows.

National Museum of Flight

Wing your way to one of Scotland's top days out at East Fortune Airfield.

Avro Anson G-APHV

This vintage Avro Anson first flew in 1935, when it represented leading edge technology.

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