One of Jersey’s most popular annual events, the International Air Display attracts thousands of locals and visitors year after year, and is one of Britain’s biggest air shows.
The air display is organised by Jersey International Air Display A.R.L. on behalf of the Royal Air Force Association (Jersey) Branch, and is a completely free event with collections benefiting and raising the profiles of various military charities.
Taking place throughout a September afternoon every year, the display livens up the skies high over St. Aubin’s Bay on the the south of the island. The sweep of the bay creates a beautiful backdrop for an exciting showcase of aircraft old and new, including World War legends the RAF Spitfire and RAF Lancaster, military jets from around Europe, and the ever-impressive RAF Red Arrows, painting the Jersey sky with red, white and blue.
RAF King Air
RAF BBMF Lancaster
RAF BBMF Spitfire
RAF BBMF Hurricane
RN Sea King SAR
SAHF Saab 105 (Sk60)
SAHF Saab J29 Tunnan
SAHF Saab J37 Viggen
USAF B-52 Stratofortress
Equipe de Voltige de l’Armee de l’Air
Patrouille de France
Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team – Red Arrows
Royal Navy Black Cats
Brittany Shuttle – Broussard and Cri Cri
RN Sea King Commando (at Peoples Park)
RN Merlin (at Peoples Park)
RAF Tornado GR4 (at Jersey Airport)
The Air Display usually begins at approximately midday, running until late afternoon. As well as the incredible aircraft on display, there are numerous food stalls, military vehicle exhibits, and static displays.
For visitors and locals with cars, you can find more information about road closures during the day here.
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