Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th August 2018 – gates open at 8.30am and the event finishes at 5.30pm on these dates.
Flying is expected to start at 12.30pm and finish at around 5.30pm.
No, we cannot confirm exact timings before the event, but our latest blog will give you an idea https://yourairport.co.uk/2017/08/10/flying-display-times/. The event programme which you can purchase on the day will contain the intended flying program.
Only assistance dogs are permitted to enter the showground. Please do not leave dogs in your vehicle.
No, there is no seating provided, you are welcome to bring your own.
No, BBQs or anything similar are not permitted on the airfield.
No – tents, gazebos and parasols are not permitted on the airfield. Please think of others when you set up your chairs / viewing area, please don’t block any views or take up too much room.
No, we do not offer any concessions on tickets.
No, we no longer sell family tickets as children now go free with each adult ticket (max 2 children per adult).
No, up to 2 children (under 16 years old) may enter for free with every paying adult and do not need a ticket. Any more than 2 would require an adult ticket.
There will be two food courts in the showground containing 24 food units, bars, coffee and sweets outlet, but if you would like to bring your own picnic you may.
Yes, funfair suitable for all age groups.
Programmes will be sold on the day at the showground entry points.
Yes there is an area at the front of the car park reserved for vehicles displaying a blue badge. Local air cadets and air scouts will be on hand to assist if required however please be aware that the minimum distance to the flightline from the car park is 200m.
We ask that you speak to our showground staff who have been advised to use their discretion and will direct you to the disabled parking.
Unfortunately we are unable to offer any concessions.
There is no facility to hire wheelchairs on site.
Yes there will be a number of disabled toilets on the showground.