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The Abingdon Air and Country Show returns for the 20th time in support of the Thames Valley and Chiltern Air Ambulance Service.
The RAF Cosford Airshow is the only Royal Air Force-organised airshow. The show features an array of military aircraft on display from the UK and overseas, along with historic and civil types.
The Weston Air Festival & Armed Forces Day celebration is set to return in 2020, with action-packed displays taking place over Weston-super-Mare's seafront and beach.
The annual NAF El Centro Airshow returns on the 2020 airshow calendar to celebrate its 50th Anniversary.
Returning once again on the 2020 airshow calendar, is the March Field Air & Space Expo 2020, held at March Air Reserve Base (ARB).
The Sun 'n' Fun Fly-In returns this year, aiming to continue to "engage, educate and accelerate the next-generation of aerospace professionals."
The Joint-Base Charleston Air & Space Expo will return in 2020, with the US Navy Blue Angels headlining the two-day event.
Voted the "Best Air Show of the Year" by USA Today in 2018, the MCAS Cherry Point Airshow returns in 2020, with the US Navy Blue Angels headlining the flying display.
A one-off flypast over Washington D.C. to celebrate the 75th Anniversary since the conclusion of World War Two and commemorate those who took part in the conflict.
The Blackpool Airshow is a free seafront airshow set in front of sights such as the Blackpool Tower and near the Northern Victoria Pier, returning again in the second weekend of August 2020.
The Bournemouth Air Festival returns for its 13th consecutive year, priding itself on being one of the biggest free air events in Europe.
Having been absent in 2019, the Scottish International Airshow is set to return to Ayr in 2020 and for the first time will be held over three days.
The follow up and more historic event held at Goodwood on the 2020 calendar. Come and "step back in time to the halcyon days of motor racing at Goodwood. Revival is not just a celebration but a recreation of the 'Goodwood Years'."