RAF Typhoon

The mighty Typhoon ripping through Bournemouth’s skies once again

The famous Lancaster bomber and spitfire planes, flying in formation over the countryside

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF)

Last year we welcomed the Spitfire, Hurricane and Lancaster

Saab Draken. Swedish Air Force Historic Flight (SwAFHF)

A true star performer the Saab Draken made her first Air Festival appearance

Collage of the world war 2 planes flying over the English countryside

Ultimate Warbird Flights

Bournemouth Air Festival welcomed for the first time four of the most iconic Warbirds - the Buchon, Spitfire, P-47D Thunderbolt and Mustang.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk. XIX G-RRGN

Widely known as an ambassador for Rolls Royce the Supermarine Spitfire is often used to link Rolls Royce proud heritage with the technology of today.

RAF HC2 Chinook

The unmistakable "wocka wocka" of the Chinook is one of the most distinctive sounds in the sky and we were delighted to welcome the team back to the festival again last year.

The beautifully shaped silver star aircraft taking off for its air festival performance

Canadair T-33 Silver Star

From the Norwegian Air Force Historical Squadron (NAFHS) this aricraft is a living legacy of the early jet age

Super Pitts Muscle Plane

Back by popular demand, Rich Goodwin in his Muscle Biplane Pitts S2S G-EWIZ took the skies by storm last year with his daredevil skill and spectacular displays.

The Tucano T.Mk 1

The Tucano T.Mk 1 provides basic fast jet training to RAF and Royal Navy aircrew

Death defying wing walkers performing on an Orange plane over Bournemouth's seaside

Aerosuperbatics Wingwalkers

Thrilling aerobatic stunts in the skies above Bournemouth again last year.

RN Black Cat Helicopter Display Team

The Black Cats team were back - last seen in the skies of Bournemouth in 2016! In 2019 the Augusta Westland 159 Wildcat Maritime Attack helicopter displayed for Bournemouth audiences

P-8A Poseidon Surveillance Aircraft

This specific Boeing plane has been developed for the U.S. Navy (USN) and modified from the Boeing 737-800. Powered by two turbo fans and with a wingspan of nearly 40metres it was an incredible sight as it 'flew past' Bournemouth

Tigers Freefall Parachute Display Team

Another amazing spectacle, as the British Army’s Tigers dropped onto Bournemouth Beach again last year.

MiG15 aircraft flying through the sky during a beautiful sunny day at the air show

MiG15 Norwegian Air Force Historical Squadron

The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15UTI is a fighter trainer aircraft with a wingspan of more than 10 metres

Blades Aerobatic Display Team

Back to wow us with their breath-taking skill The Blades are the only civilian team to display at every Bournemouth Air Festival

Hawker Sea fury plane performing during an air show in the clear blue skies

Hawker Sea Fury T20

The Norwegian Spitfire Foundation operate this powerful fight aircraft designed and manufactured by Hawker Aircraft

Strikemaster Pair

The British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) Strikemaster Mk82A was back roaring over the Bournemouth coastline last year.

Night Air Displays

Bournemouth Air Festival wouldn’t be the award-winning event it is without its incredible Night Air dusk displays

Crazy stuntman flying his helicopter during the night air show with fireworks flying off

"Otto" the Helicopter

Complete with spectacular pyrotechnic effects, "Otto" once again added explosive entertainment to the evenings

Immense scenes of two parachutists coming in to land with fireworks coming off them

Red Devils Parachute Regimental Freefall Team

Formed in 1964 ‘The Red Devils’ are the official parachute display team of both The Parachute Regiment (The Paras) and the British Army.

Two firefly planes illuminating the night sky with pyrotechnics during their air show performance

Fireflies Aerobatic Display Team

Last year performing during the day and the evening – the Fireflies twilight shows featured truly stunning pyrotechnics.