The Shoreham Air Show takes place at Shoreham Airport in West Sussex over two days in September.
The Shoreham airshow is one of the premier airshows in the UK with easy access to the show, a wonderful backdrop, increased ground attractions and a large static display which makes it a true family day.
Located at the UK's oldest licensed airport, the highly picturesque venue, with the backdrop of the Downs and dominated by Lancing college, provides the perfect backdrop for stunning displays in the air and exciting attractions on the ground.
All proceeds from the airshow go to the Royal Air Forces Association
31 August - 31 August 2014
The Royal Air Forces Association Airshow at Shoreham is one of the premier family airshows in the UK. The airshow regularly attracts the best UK and European display acts to its unique “garden party” atmosphere event each summer. The show is held to support the work of the Royal Air Forces Association which provides welfare and comradeship to all members of the Royal Air Force and Royal Air Force Regiment. Since the shows inception, the event has raised over £1.5million for RAFA.
Provisional Participating aircraft at Shoreham Airshow 2014:
Fairey Swordfish II - RNHF, RNAS Yeovilton
Hawker Sea Fury T20 - RNHF, RNAS Yeovilton
Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
Avro Lancaster B.Mk.X - CWHM
Ireland - Irish Historic Flight
de Havilland DH84 Dragon - Irish Historic Flight
de Havilland Canada Chipmunk x 2 - Irish Historic Flight
First World War Centenary
R.A.F BE2c - Great War Display Team
R.A.F SE5a x 3 - Great War Display Team
Sopwith Triplane - Great War Display Team
Junkers CL1 x 2 - Great War Display Team
Fokker Dr1 Triplane x 2 - Great War Display Team
Classic Jets and Cold War Era Types
BAC Strikemaster Mk.82A - NWMAS
Hawker Hunter T7 WV372 - Graham Peacock
Avro Vulcan B2 XH558 - VttS (Saturday only)
70th Anniversary of D-Day
Supermarine Spitfire PRXI PL965 - Hangar 11
Supermarine Spitfire IXT PV202 - ARCo
Supermarine Spitfire XVI TD248 - Spitfire Ltd
Hispano HA1112-M1L Buchon - ARCo
Hispano HA1112-M1L Buchon - Spitfire Ltd
North American P-51 Mustang "Ferocious Frankie" - OFMC
North American TF-51D Mustang "Miss Velma" - The Fighter Collection
Douglas C-47A Skytrain - Aces High
Douglas C-47A Skytrain - Dakota Heritage
Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress - B-17 Preservation Ltd
North American TB-25N Mitchell - Royal Netherlands AF Historic Flight
The Battle of Britain
Gloster Gladiator II N5903 - The Fighter Collection
Hawker Hurricane I R4118 - Peter Vacher
Supermarine Spitfire Ia - Mark One Partners/ARCo
A Tribute to the US Navy
Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat - The Fighter Collection
Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat - The Fighter Collection
Goodyear FG-1D Corsair - The Fighter Collection
Douglas AD4N Skyraider - Kennet Aviation
de Havilland DH89a Dragon Rapide - D&M Miller
Tiger 9 - de Havilland Tiger Moth x 9
Breitling Wingwalkers - Boeing Stearman x 2
The Blades Aerobatic Display Team
Extra 300L - Justyn Gorman/World Aero
The Tiger Club Turbulent Team - Druine D31 Turbulent x 4
MDM-1 Fox Glider - GliderFX Display Team
Piper PA25 Pawnee - GliderFX Display Team
Aeronca Sedan - Bob Turnbull
de Havilland DH87 Hornet Moth - John Davy
de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk - Stuart George-Smith
de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk - Terence Henderson
de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk - (Royal Flight)
de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk - Ian Mills
de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk - Phil Winterbottom
Cabri G2 - Elite Helicopters
Cessna O-1 Bird Dog - Chris Martyr
Christian Eagle - John Penfold
Evans VP-1- John Dale
Fournier RF3 - Ian Bull
Fournier RF5 - Trevor Highes/Mark Millar
Ikarus Microlight - John Greenaway
Luscombe 8A - Jack Graver
Miles Messenger 2A - Paul Beaver
Miles M65 Gemini - Sir John Allison
Nord 858S - John Greenaway
Percival Proctor IV - Nigel Cottrell
Percival P10 Vega Gull - David Hulme
Scottish Aviation Bulldog T1 - Rod Dean/Larry George
Taylorcraft Auster AOP6 - Kevin Hale
Westland Gazelle AH1 - The Gazelle Squadron
Westland Gazelle HT3 - The Gazelle Squadron
Gates Open at 8.30am.
Flying Display Times 1130-1230 and 1330-1730 each day.
Adult - £18 (In advance), £22 (On the gate)
Child (5-15) - £5 (In advance), £8 (On the gate)
Under 5s - Free (In advance), Free (On the gate)
Tickets purchased in advance are valid one day only, but can be used for either Saturday or Sunday.
There is free on-site car parking.
Tickets may be purchased on the day of the airshow by CASH or CHEQUE ONLY.
Access to to main airshow car parks is from the A27 Old Shoreham Road or the A259 Brighton Road. There are dedicated free car parks available from routes, but parking is limited and ticket holders cannot be guaranteed a parking space. Early Arrival before the flying displays start is recommended.
For visitors travelling from north of Henfield we advise you use the fast route by the A23 and then joined the A27 straight into the Airshow. The A281 Shoreham Road becomes heavily congested during the airshow weekend.
You are advised to listen to BBC Local Radio Stations, Splash FM, Spirit FM or Heart FM for the latest traffic information. Information will also be displayed on overhead gamtry signs on the M25 and M23 where appropriate.
The SATNAV users is BN43 5FF.
A number of entrance routes will be in operation during the show and enforced by the Sussex Police and Traffic Management/Security Personnel. PLease see the summary below.
Alternative parking is available at Shoreham Railway Station where there is a FREE Shuttle Bus service to the airshow. Only available to those who have or intend to buy tickets to the airshow.
More travel details including maps and trave by train can be found here.