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2015 Airshows
RAF Typhoon FGR4 at RIAT 2012. The Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) is a very large Air show containing hundreds of modern military aircraft in the static line-up and air display from many different countries around the world.

This Airshow is usually held at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire which is a large base used infrequently by USAF deployments which makes it an ideal venue for such a large Airshow.

RIAT usually takes place over a weekend in July, and you can also view the aircraft on arrival days and departure day. There is also a shorter 4 hour display held on the Friday before the main weekend airshow.

Click here to visit the official website of the Royal International Air Tattoo.


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17-19 July Royal International Air Tattoo 2015


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Friday 17 July:


FRIDAY 17 JULY - EXCLUSIVE 'PIT' ACCESS ON OUR BATTLE OF BRITAIN DAY!

Friday 17 July will be the focus for our official commemorations marking the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain with a four hour flying display that will include the debut of our spectacular mass flypast of historic aircraft.

Only on Friday will you get controlled access to our special 'Pit Area' where you can get up close to aircraft that are part of the flying display. Here you can see the beautiful historic Spitfires, Hurricanes, Buchon, Messerschmitt and the stunning Blenheim that will take part in our mass flypast. The RAF's Red Arrows and their Spanish counterparts, Patrulla Aguila will also be located here along with their crews and engineers.

Vulcan XH558 will fly into the show on Friday and will then be on display in the 'Pit Area' where you can get up close under the stewardship of the Vulcan to the Sky volunteers. This will be free on Friday although a small donation to the Vulcan to the Sky Trust is requested on Saturday and Sunday.

We have also improved entry arrangements for those parking in the Green Car Park (travelling from the Cirencester direction) which includes access to the show from 7.30am. Tickets will be checked at the Green Entry Point where you will jump straight on one of our new 'bendy buses' that accommodates 120 people and you'll be dropped off at the nearest accessible point on the showground (approx. 2 minute journey).

Tickets for Friday are limited and currently priced at £31, so book now for:

Controlled 'Pit Area' access - before and after the flying display (not open Saturday & Sunday)
Debut of a special mass flypast of historic aircraft to commemorate the Battle of Britain
Four hour flying display from 11am to 3pm (pit area is closed during this time) with aircraft arrivals and rehearsals before and after the flying display
Full access to the east Showground from 7.30am to 6pm (click here for the map)
RAF Village, Vintage Village, Techno Zone and Autodrome open, with the Vintage Village having a 'Battle of Britain' theme and expanded to include additional static aircraft, re-enactors and 'Friday only' features
New airport style 'bendy bus' shuttle from the Green car park and entry point directly into the showground (2 minute journey)
First Class Lounge, Aviation Club, Cotswold Club and Viewing Village Grandstand enclosures are available for an extra special day out
Shuttle Bus from Swindon bus station to the Airshow (and return) will be running on the Friday - discounted combined shuttle bus and admission ticket available
On Friday the Park & View Enclosures will only be accessible with a Friday 'Pit Day' admission ticket (advance purchase only).

Confirmed for Friday ‘Pit Area’; Spitfires, Hurricanes, Buchon and the stunning Blenheim that are taking part in our #BoB75 mass flypast. The RAF Red Arrows and their Spanish counterparts, Patrulla Aguila will also be located in the ‘Pit Area’ along with their crews & engineers. Vulcan XH558 will fly into the show on Friday and will then be on display in the ‘Pit Area’

Friday Flying Display:
Massed Flypast of Battle of Britain Historic Aircraft
RAF Red Arrows
RAF Typhoon & BBMF Spitfire Synchro Pair
RAF Hawk T.2 Role Demo
RAF Typhoon
Airbus A400M
Patrouille de France
Czech Mil Mi-24V/Mi-35 'Hind' Helicopter
Polish MiG-29
Tri-National Tornado Training Establishment Flypast of 3 Tornado's
Belgian F-16AM
Hellenic Air Force F-16 Demo Team 'Zeus'
USAF CV-22B Osprey
Dutch AH-64D Apache

More information at www.airtattoo.com


RIAT 2015 Main Theme:


Securing the Skies - Past, Present and Future
When it comes to Securing the Skies and ensuring the safety of its citizens, the UK has always relied predominantly on the skill and professionalism of the men and women who serve in the Royal Air Force.

Whether countering increasingly sophisticated and diverse military threats or delivering humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, Securing the Skies and demonstrating Air Power is critical at home and around the globe.

Today, thanks to cutting-edge platforms operated by highly skilled personnel, the RAF is capable of controlling airspace, providing timely and accurate intelligence and mobilising quickly and effectively to meet a wide range of missions.

The same is true of those air arms operating alongside the RAF, and in 2015 the Royal International Air Tattoo will be inviting them to RAF Fairford to help highlight how Securing the Skies is achieved across the world.

On the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, the spotlight will fall on this historic aerial conflict, the bravery of the pilots from 14 nations who flew with RAF Fighter Command and the contribution new technology such as radar then played in Securing the Skies.

From the Supermarine Spitfires and Hawker Hurricanes of yesteryear to the Typhoons of today and the Lightning IIs of tomorrow, the RAF, often operating alongside its NATO allies or coalition forces, is committed to providing frontline protection from aerial threats.

Mastery of the aerial battlespace remains as important today as it was in 1940 and on 17-19 July 2015 the Air Tattoo will highlight the crucial role that aircraft play in Securing the Skies.

In support, highly trained RAF servicemen and women perform a wide range of specialist roles, from armourers, technicians and aerospace battle managers to chefs, medics and firefighters, all contributing towards the effectiveness of the Royal Air Force.

Whenever Air Power has been needed, the RAF has demonstrated it is capable of responding at a moment's notice, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, Securing the Skies and making us safe - past, present and future.



Saturday & Sunday 18-19 July - Royal International Air Tattoo 2015


(S) = Static, (F) = Flying, (SP) = Support, (V) = Visitor

Belgian Air Component
C130H Hercules (S)
ERJ-135/145LR (S)
F-16AM (F)
NH90 MTH (S)

Civilian
A318 - British Airways (S)
Aerospatiale Gazelle - The Gazelle Squadron (S)
Airbus A400M - Airbus Military (F)
AW149 - AgustaWestland (S)
Beechcraft AT-6 - Textron Aviation (S)
Beechcraft Baron SM ISR - Textron Aviation (S)
Bell 429 Global Ranger - Bell Helicopters (UK) (S)
Blenheim L6739 (G-BPIV) - ARCO (F)
Boeing MSA (S)
Boeing Stearman - Tracey Curtis-Taylor (S)
Buchon G-AWHK - ARCO (F)
Cessna 208 Grand Caravan EX (S)
Diamond DA42 Twin Star (S)
Douglas DC-3A - Breitling (S)
Embraer Phenom (S)
EV-97 Eurostar (S)
Extra 300L x 4 Royal Jordanian Falcons (F)
Extra EA400 (S)
Gloster Meteor NF.11 (S)
Grob 120TP - Grob Aircraft AG (S)
Hurricane AE977 - BHHH (F)
Hurricane llb BE505 - Hangar 11 (F)
Hurricane R4118 - Peter Vacher (F)
Hurricane XIIa - HAC (S)
Ikarus C42 - Airbourne Aviation (S)
Ikarus C42B (S)
Jet Provost T5 (S)
Messerschmitt Bf109G-4 (F)
North American OV-10B Bronco - Eureka Aviation (S)
Robinson R44 - Alan Smith (SP)
Scottish Aviation Bulldog T1 - Pitbull (S)
Scottish Aviation Bulldog T1 - Pitbull (S)
Scottish Aviation Bulldog T1 - Pitbull (S)
Seafire XVIII - Tim Manna (F)
Shorts SC-7 Skyvan - Eureka Aviation (S)
Spitfire 1 N3200 - ARCO (F)
Spitfire 1 P9374 - ARCO (F)
Spitfire IX MH434 - OFMC (F)
Spitfire IX MK912 - BHHH (F)
Spitfire LF.VB (S) - HAC (S)
Spitfire PR.XIX - Rolls Royce (F)
Textron AirLand Scorpion (S)
VS Spitfire FR.XVIII - Richard Lake (F)
VS Spitfire XVI - Stephen Stead (S)
Avro Vulcan B2 XH558 (F)
Spitfire Mk.IXe - Historic Flight Foundation (F)

Czech Republic Air Force
Aero L-159 ALCA (S)
Airbus C295M (S)
Mil Mi-24V/Mi-35 (S)
Mil Mi-24V/Mi-35 (F)

Royal Danish Air Force
CL604 Challenger (S)

Finnish Air Force
F/A-18C (F)

French Air Force
Ramex Delta Tactical Display - Mirage 2000N (F)
Patrouille de France (F)

German Air Force
Tornado PA-200 (F)
Tornado PA-200 (S)

German Army Aviation
Bo105 P1 (S)
Bo105 P1 (F)

German Navy
Do228 (LM) (S)
EC-135P2+ (S)
P-3C Orion (S)
Sea Lynx Mk.88A (S)

Hellenic Air Force
Greek F-16 - Zeus Demo Team (F)

Irish Air Corps
Airbus CN235 (S)

Italian Air Force
C-27J Spartan (S)
Eurofighter F-2000 Typhoon - 37 Stormo (S)
Eurofighter F-2000 Typhoonn - 4 Stormo (S)
Tornado A-200 - 50 Stormo (S)
Tornado A-200 - 6 Stormo (F)
Tornado A-200 - 6 Stormo (S)

Japan Maritime Self Defence Force
Kawasaki P-1 (F)
Kawasaki P-1 (S)

Royal Jordanian Air Force
Royal Jordanian Falcons (F)
C-130H Hercules (S)

NATO
Boeing E-3A Sentry (S)

Royal Netherlands Air Force
AH-64D Apache (F)
AH-64D Apache (S)
C-130H Hercules (S)
CH-47D/F Chinook (S)
Do-228 (S)
KDC-10 (S)

Polish Air Force
C295M (S)
MiG-29 (F)
Su-22M-4 (S)

Polish Navy
M28 Bryza (S)
Mil Mi-14 (S)

Qatar Emiri Air Force
C-130 Hercules (S)

Army Air Corps
BN-2T Defender AL.1 (S)
Gazelle AH.1 (S)
WAH-64D Apache (F)
WAH-64D Apache (S)

Royal Air Force
A330 Voyager KC.2 (S)
Airbus A400M Atlas (S)
Bell Griffin HT.1 (S)
C-130J Hercules C.5 (S)
C-17A Globemaster III (S)
Chinook HC.2/2A (F)
Grob Tutor (S)
Grob Vigilant T.1 (S)
Grob Viking TX.1 (S)
Hawk T.1 (S)
Hawk T.2 (S)
Hawk T.2 x2 Role Demo (F)
Red Arrows (F)
Hurricane IIc PZ865 - BBMF (F)
Hurricane LF363 - BBMF (F)
King Air 200 (S)
Puma HC.2 (S)
Sea King HAR3 (S)
Spitfire II P7350 - BBMF (F)
Spitfire IX MK356 - BBMF (F)
Spitfire LF.XVI TE311 - BBMF (F)
Spitfire Vb AB910 - BBMF (F)
Tornado GR.4 31Sqn (F)
Tornado GR.4 IX(B)Sqn (S)
Tornado GR.4 XV(R)Sqn (S)
Tornado GR4 29(R)Sqn (S)
Tucano T.1 (S)
Typhoon FGR.4 - 1(F) Squadron (S)
Typhoon FGR.4 - 6 Squadron (S)
Typhoon FGR.4 - XI Squadron (S)
Typhoon FGR4 & Spitfire Synchro Pair (F)

Royal Navy
AW Merlin HM.2 (S)
King Air 350ER (S)
Merlin HC3/HC3A (S)
Sea King ASaC.7 (S)
Sea King HC.4 848 NAS (S)

Slovak Air Force
Aero L-39CM Albatros (S)

Slovenian Air Force
Let L-410 Turbolet (S)
Pilatus PC-9M Swift (F)
Pilatus PC-9M Swift (S)

Spanish Air Force
Airbus C295M (S)
Patrulla Aguila - CASA C-101 Aviojet x7 (F)
Northrop SF-5M Freedom Fighter x2 (S)

Swiss Air Force
AS332TH06 Super Puma (S)
Swiss PC-7 Team (F)
Swiss Super Puma Helicopter (F)

QinetiQ
Agusta A109E Power (S)
Alpha Jet (S)
Hawk T1 (S)

US Army Europe
Boeing AH-64D Apache (S)
Sikorsky UH-60A+ Black Hawk (S)

United States Air Force
A-10C Thunderbolt 354th (S)
CV-22B Osprey (S)
CV-22B Osprey (F)
F-15C Eagles (S)
KC135R Stratotanker (S)
MC-130J Commando II (S)

United States Navy
P-8A Poseidon (S)

Debut of the Hawk T2 Role Demo
The new model Hawk T2 will be featured in a 'role demo' making its public airshow debut at the Air Tattoo. No IV (Reserve) Squadron, stationed at RAF Valley on Anglesey, is putting together this new two-aircraft 'role demo' to showcase the type's capabilities on the airshow circuit for the first time. The Hawks will demonstrate the training performed at Valley, being flown by two instructors on the unit, Flt Lts Ben Polwin and Toby Keeley.

Typhoon Solo and 'Synchro Pair' with Spitfire
Representing the 'cutting edge' of the RAF's front line will be the solo Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4 display from No 29 (Reserve) Squadron at RAF Coningsby. This year's pilot is Flt Lt Jonny Dowen. Representing the old and the new of UK air defence, a Typhoon will also team up with a Spitfire from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight for an evocative and spectacular 'synchro pair' routine, as part of the Battle of Britain 75th anniversary commemorations taking place this year.

Tornado Tribute for Air Tattoo
This summer's Air Tattoo will feature a three-ship formation of Tornados from three different nations; the UK, Germany and Italy. Marking the 35th anniversary of the Tri-National Tornado Training Establishment (TTTE) at RAF Cottesmore, this will be the first time three Tornados flying together has been witnessed at a public display for many years!

XH558 & RED ARROWS FORMATION FLYPAST ON SUNDAY
The Red Arrows and Vulcan XH558 have been invited to take part in a special flypast on Saturday & Sunday at the Royal International Air Tattoo.




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You can find a review of last year's RIAT 2014 Airshow here.

Saturday Flying Display:
•Airbus Military A400M
•Army Air Corps Apache x 2 Role Demo
•Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Massed Flypast
•Belgian Air Component F-16AM
•Czech Air Force L-159 ALCA
•Czech Air Force Mil Mi-24V/Mi-35 'Hind' Helicopter
•Finnish Air Force FA-18C Hornet
•French Air Force Mirage 2000N x 2 - RAMEX DELTA
•French Air Force Patrouille de France
•German Army Bolkow Bo-105
•Hellenic Air Force F-16 Demo Team 'Zeus'
•Japanese Kawasaki P-1
•Netherlands Air Force AH-64D Apache
•Polish Air Force MiG-29
•RAF Chinook HC.2/2A
•RAF Hawk T.2 Role Demo x 2
•RAF Red Arrows
•RAF Typhoon Solo Display
•RAF Typhoon & BBMF Spitfire Synchro Pair
•Royal Jordanian Falcons
•Slovenian Air Force PC-9M Swift
•Spanish Air Force Patrulla Aguila
•Swiss Air Force PC-7 Team
•Swiss Air Force Super Puma
•Tri-National Tornado Training Establishment flypast of 3 Tornados
•USAF CV-22B Osprey
•Vulcan XH558

Sunday Flying Display:
•Airbus Military A400M
•Army Air Corps Apache x 2 Role Demo
•Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Massed Flypast
•Belgian Air Component F-16AM
•Czech Air Force L-159 ALCA
•Czech Air Force Mil Mi-24V/Mi-35 'Hind' Helicopter
•Finnish Air Force FA-18C Hornet
•French Air Force Mirage 2000N x 2 - RAMEX DELTA
•French Air Force Patrouille de France
•German Army Bolkow Bo-105
•Hellenic Air Force F-16 Demo Team 'Zeus'
•Japanese Kawasaki P-1
•Netherlands Air Force AH-64D Apache
•Polish Air Force MiG-29
•RAF Chinook HC.2/2A
•RAF Hawk T.2 Role Demo x 2
•RAF Red Arrows
•RAF Typhoon Solo Display
•RAF Typhoon & BBMF Spitfire Synchro Pair
•Royal Jordanian Falcons
•Slovenian Air Force PC-9M Swift
•Spanish Air Force Patrulla Aguila
•Swiss Air Force Super Puma
•Swiss Air Force PC-7 Team
•Tri-National Tornado Training Establishment flypast of 3 Tornados
•USAF CV-22B Osprey
•Vulcan XH558

Saturday Flying Schedule:

10.00am
The Patrulla Aguila- 7x CASA C.101 Aviojet
Lockheed Martin F-16AM Fighting Falcon, 350 Squadron, Belgian Air Component
Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4, 29 Squadron, Royal Air Force

11.00am
Airbus A400M, Airbus Defence and Space, Toulouse Airport
Agusta Westland WAH64D Apache x2, 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps
Tri National Tornado Training Establishment 35th Anniverary- Italian Tornado, RAF Tornado, German Tornado
Supermarine Spitfire PRXIX & Messerschmitt BF-109G4- Rolls Royce & EADS

12.00pm
The Ramex Delta- 2x Dassualt Mirage 2000N
Bell Boeing CV22B Osprey, 7th Special Operations Squadron, United States Air Force
MBB Bo105, HFWSC/C, German Army
Aerospatiale AS332M Super Puma, Lufttransportstaffel 6, Swiss Air Force
The PC7 Team- 9x Pilatus PC7 Turbotrainer, Swiss Air Force

1.00pm
Pilatus PC9M, Letalska Sola, Slovenian Air Force
Boeing Chinook HC4, 27 Squadron, Royal Air Force
Kawasaki P1, VX51, Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force
Aero Vodochody L-159A ALCA, Czech Air Force

2.00pm
Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Tribute- 1x Blenheim, 5x Hurricane, 2x Messerschmitt BF109/ME109, 10x Spitfire
The Red Arrows- 9x BAE Systems Hawk T1A, Royal Air Force

3.00pm
Avro Vulcan B2 XH558, Vulcan to the Sky Trust, Civilian
Mil Mi-35V Hind, 221.vlrt, Czech Air Force
The Royal Jordanian Falcons- 4x Extra 300L, Civilian

4.00pm
Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon 'Zeus, 340 Mira, Hellenic Air Force
Mikoyan Mig-29C Fulcrum, 1 ELT, Polish Air Force
Synchro 75- Supermarine Spitfire & Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4, Royal Air Force
BAE Systems Hawk T2 x2, 4 Squadron, Royal Air Force
Boeing AH64D Apache, 301 Squadron, Royal Netherlands Air Force

5.00pm
Mc Donnell Douglas F18C Hornet, HavLLv 11, Finnish Air Force
The Patrouille De France- 8x Dassualt Alpha Jet E, French Air Force

Sunday Flying Schedule:

10.00 - 1059 am
Patrulla Aguila x7 CASA C-101EB Aviojets (Spanish AF Aerobatic team)
Demo Team ‘Zeus’ Lockheed Martin F-16C Fighting Falcon (Hellenic AF)
Boeing F-18C Hornet (Finnish AF)

11.00 - 1159 am
Airbus A400M (Airbus Defence & Space)
Hawk T2 Role Demo x2 BAe Hawk T2’s (RAF)
Tri-National Tornado Training Establishment 35th Anniversary:
Panavia Tornado GR4 (RAF), PA200 Tornado (German AF) & A-200 (Italian AF)
Supermarine Spitfire PRXIX (Rolls Royce) & Messerschmitt BF109G-4 (Airbus Heritage/Flugmuseum)
12.00 - 1259 am
Ramex Delta x2 Dassault Mirage 2000N’s (French AF)
Bell Boeing CV-22B Osprey (7th SOS USAF)
Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm Bo.105P1 (German Army)
Airbus Helicopters AS332M1 Super Puma (Swiss AF)
PC-7 Team x9 Pilatus NCPC-7 Turbotrainers (Swiss AF)

13.00 - 1359 pm
Pilatus PC-9M (Slovenian AF)
Boeing AH-64D Apache (RNethAF)
Kawasaki P-1 (JMSDF)
Aero Vodochody L-159A ALCA (Czech AF)

14.00 -1459 pm
Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Tribute:
Bristol Blenheim (Aircraft Restoration Company), Hawker Hurricane I (Peter Vacher), Hawker Hurricane IIb (Hangar 11), x2 Hawker Hurricane IIc’s (BBMF), Hawker Hurricane X (Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar), Hispano HA-112-ML1 Buchon (Aircraft Restoration Company), Messerschmitt BF109G-4 (Airbus Heritage/Flugmuseum), Supermarine Seafire XVII (Kennet Aviation), x2 Supermarine Spitfire Ias (Aircraft Restoration Company), Supermarine Spitfire IIa (BBMF), Supermarine Spitfire LFVb (BBMF), Supermarine Spitfire IXT (Boultbee Flight Academy), Supermarine Spitfire LFIX (Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar), Supermarine Spitfire LFIX (Old Flying Machine Co.), Supermarine Spitfire LFIXe (BBMF), Supermarine Spitfire LFIXe (Historic Flight Foundation), Supermarine Spitfire LFXVIe (BBMF), Supermarine Spitfire FRXVIIIe (Spitfire Ltd), Supermarine Spitfire PRXIX (Rolls Royce)

Avro Vulcan B2 (Vulcan to the Sky Trust)

15.00 - 1559 pm
The Red Arrows x9 BAe Hawk T1/T1A (RAF)
Mil Mi-24V [or Mi-35] (Czech AF)
Royal Jordanian Falcons x4 Extra EA300L (Royal Jordanian Airlines)

1600 - 1659 pm
Lockheed Martin F-16A MLU Fighting Falcon (Belgian AF)
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 ‘Fulcrum’ (Polish AF)
Synchro 75: Supermarine Spitfire (BBMF) & Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4 (RAF)
2 AgustaWestland Apaches AH1’s (AAC)
Boeing Chinook HC4 (RAF)

17.00 onwards pm
Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4 (RAF)
Patrouille de France x8 Dassault/Dornier Alpha Jet E’s (French AF)

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Admission TICKETS for Friday 17th, Saturday 18th & Sunday 9th July 2015

Click here to book online and for ticket pricing including Earlybird & Enclosure prices.

BOOKING ONLINE OR CALLING FREEPHONE 0800 107 1940 (8.30am - 5.30pm, Mon - Fri).

CAR PARKING - free of charge.




Opening Times

On Friday 17 July, the showground is open from 7.30am until 6pm with a flying display from 11am until 3pm.

On Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 July, the showground is open 7.30am until 7.30pm with a flying display from 10am until 5.30pm.




Accommodation and Campsite Reservations and Information

HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

Hotel Accommodation for the Royal International Air Tattoo 2015.
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KEMPSFORD CAMPING
The Kempsford Campsite (also previously known as Reevey Camping) will again be operating for the duration of The Royal International Air Tattoo. As last year, it will be conveniently located on the southern perimeter fence line of RAF Fairford with easy pedestrian access to the airfield. The walk to the nearest public gate is approximately two minutes.
Kempsford Campsite, Dunfield, Fairford, Glos.
Airshow Camping Limited, Fairford, GL7 4HP
Tel: 07821 613705
Email: info@airshowcamping.co.uk
More details at www.airshowcamping.co.uk
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RIAT 2015 Camping and B&B

Totterdown Hill Campsite website: www.totterdownhillcampsite.co.uk/

Fairford Airshow Camping and 'Park and View' website: www.fairfordairshowcamping.co.uk

Fairford FC Camping website: www.fairfordfccamping.co.uk

Highworth Guest house website: www.highlandsofhighworth.co.uk/

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Local Tourist Information Centres:
For accommodation and campsite reservations and information on transport and local amenities please contact a local Tourist Information Centre:

Cirencester +44(0) 1285 654180 - cirencestervic@cotswold.gov.uk
Swindon +44(0) 1793 466454 - infocentre@swindon.gov.uk
Cheltenham +44(0) 1242 522878 - info@cheltenham.gov.uk
Gloucester +44(0) 1452 396572 - tourism@gloucester.gov.uk
Stroud +44(0) 1453 765768 - tic@stroud.gov.uk
Oxford +44(0) 1865 726871 - tic@oxford.gov.uk

CentrePoint offer a reservation service for hotel bookings..
Telephone: +44(0) 1793 435588
Fax: +44(0) 1793 485600
Email: sales@centrepointvenuesearch.com
Website: www.centrepointvenuesearch.com



Travel & Traffic Map and information:
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Press Releases and News for RIAT 2015
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International Air Tattoo awards ceremony...

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JAPAN MAKES AIR TATTOO HISTORY...

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US AIRCRAFT IN AIR TATTOO SHOW OF STRENGTH...

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EARLYBIRD OFFER IS JUST THE TICKET!...

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AIR TATTOO PREPARES FOR VULCAN’S LAST HURRAH...

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AIR TATTOO WELCOMES DELTA FORCE...

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BATTLE OF BRITAIN WARBIRDS GATHER AT RIAT...

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RAF DISPLAYS ADDED TO AIR TATTOO LINE-UP...

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‘ZEUS’ SET FOR AIR TATTOO DEBUT...

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AIR TATTOO ARTWORK FLYING HIGH...

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BA FLIES BUSINESS CLASS TO AIR TATTOO...

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QATAR MAKES AIR TATTOO DEBUT...

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AIR TATTOO TO WELCOME AVIATION ICON...

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SUPER OFFER FOR AIR TATTOO EARLYBIRDS...




RIAT - Future Dates
2015 - 17, 18, 19 July
2016 - 15, 16, 17 July
2017 - 14, 15, 16 July
2018 - 13, 14, 15 July
2019 - 19, 20, 21 July
2020 - 17, 18, 19 July




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