Flying Legends Air Show

8–9 JULY

Like any airshow, Flying Legends has evolved over the years. The most obvious departure in 2017 was the opening of Sunday’s show by the Red Arrows, whose routine was interrupted for several minutes by an airspace infringement to the north of Duxford, and was in any case aligned some way off to crowd right in order to prevent overflight of local avoids. But The Fighter Collection’s annual celebration of historic aircraft has changed in other ways, too.

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