Thursday 10th September 2020
Jersey's St. Aubin's Bay becomes a massive natural amphitheatre during the International Air Display, with the skies above Jersey coming alive to the sights and sounds of military and civilian aircrafts from around the world. Surely one of the largest free air displays in Europe!
The Jersey International Air Display is organised by Jersey International Air Display A.R.L. in aid of Bristish Service Charities and tourism in Jersey. The air display is an extremely popular part of Jersey's festival calendar, with visitors from all over Europe flocking to the island's shores to watch aircrafts from countries such as Belgium, Ireland, France, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Highlights always include the classic World War 2 displays from the Lancaster Bomber and Spitfires.
The Air Display is a free event thanks to generous sponsorship from a number of sources.
Throughout International Air Display week, visitors and locals are treated to a close-up view of aircraft taking part in the display, including legendary airplanes such as the Spitfire and the Lancaster Bomber. There is also a chance to meet the pilots of these iconic planes.
The static air display usually takes place on the south side of Jersey Airport, with display times over the course of three days.
2020 Static Display Times
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