Please Wait, Processing...

Please do not close or navigate away from this window while it is processing

Like most websites key.Aero uses cookies. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on key.Aero website. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time. Find out more


Warbirds line up for Oostwold Airshow in the Netherlands

Now in its ninth year, Oostwold Airshow (in the Netherlands) on June 4 and 5 is set to host a superb line-up of historic aircraft - among other attractions.



Oostwold Airshow is expected to draw over 20,000 visitors and is the largest warbird event of its type in Dutch civil aviation. Known as the “Dutch Duxford”, this year’s event will be held June 4-5, 2017. Over 20 examples of piston-powered warbirds are expected to attend, with both flying and ground displays daily. The event offers a 1940’s atmosphere, with over 50 re-enactors and a World War Two military encampment.

Featured warbirds expected to attend are as follows:
Hawk 75A, P40F Warhawk, P40C , Spitfire LFVb EP120, Mustang P-51D Damn Yankee, P-51D Mustang ‘The Shark’ and Spitfire Mk IXe - Norwegian Spitfire Foundation, OFMC’s Spitfire LF IX, Spitfire Mk.IX - KLuHV, Consolidated Vultee BT-13B, Antonov An-2 - Classic Wings, OV-10B Bronco, Cessna O-2A Super Skymaster, T-6 Harvard Mk4, Boeing Stearman PT17, Sukhoi 29, Fokker S-11 Instructor, Yak-52, DH82a Tiger Moth and North American SNJ-4 Texan.
For further information and pricing, please visit or visit the Facebook page at

All images courtesy of Oostwold Airshow.

Image Gallery

Filed Under Historic Aviation News.


Bookmark and Share

Interested in Historic Aviation?

No Comments

There have been no comments yet - be the first one to post

Your Thoughts

key.Aero reserve the right to edit or remove inappropriate comments

  • A list of Avro Lancaster survivors around the world
  • Feature Highlight  

Most Read News...

Past Day

Past Week