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The Royal Navy International Air Day

13-Jul-2019

The Royal Navy has been at the forefront of technological innovation in Maritime Aviation for over 100 years. This is destined to continue with the first landing, this autumn, of an F-35B Lightning II on HMS Queen Elizabeth - the world’s first aircraft carrier designed around operating a fifth-generation fighter jet.

RNAS Yeovilton, the spiritual home of the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm, will open their gates to up to 40,000 visitors to enjoy the magnificent five hour flying display, meet our Armed Forces personnel and see their equipment up close.

There will also be a huge array of educational ground attractions from interactive Service displays to engineering fairs and state-of-the-art defence technology exhibitions. Families will also be able to enjoy trade stalls, arena displays, helicopter pleasure flights, simulators and fairground rides.

Venue Details

www.royalnavy.mod.uk/yeovilton-airday

RNAS Yeovilton
Ilchester
Somerset
BA22 8HT

Contact: AHA Events Ltd

Tel: 03300 100 3654

Email: info@yeoviltonairday.co.uk

Note

Events are subject to change or cancellation. Please be advised to contact organisers to check that the event you wish to attend is still taking place as advertised.

Filed Under Military Aviation Events, Military Aviation Events, Historic Aviation Events, Airshows Events.

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