Final flying displays announced for the Autumn Air Show
Sunday 14 October 2012
The Autumn Air Show this coming Sunday closes the 2012 flying season with a fantastic finale.
The flying display offers excitement for all ages and tastes, with contemporary fast jets, exciting
helicopter displays, fun aerobatics and an array of historic warbirds.
Amazingly agile helicopter displays come fromThe Black Cats Lynx Pair from 702 Naval Air Squadron,
Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton and the Apache helicopter fromthe Army Air Corps, RAF Wattisham.
The Sea King helicopter from B Flight, 22 Squadron, RAF Wattisham will present a thrilling Search and
Rip-roaring contemporary RAF displays will be provided by BAe Systems Hawk from208 (R) Squadron,
RAF Valley and the Shorts Tucano from the Central Flying School Flight, RAF Linton-on-Ouse.
An array of historic aircraft will be flying, includingmany warbirds which call IWM Duxford home. These
include B-17 Flying Fortress Sally B from B-17 Preservation; Spitfire IXT from Air Leasing; FG-1D Corsair,
P-40B Warhawk and P-40F Warhawk fromThe Fighter Collection and Hispano Buchon (Messerschmitt
Bf-109) from Aircraft Restoration Company/ Historic Flying Limited.
Weíll be commemorating the 70th anniversary of the first flight of the Merlin-engined Mustang with
displays by P-51 Mustang Ferocious Frankie from the Old Flying Machine Company and North American
TF-51 Mustang Miss Velma fromThe Fighter Collection.
There will also be a display by a Piper L-4 Cub, Boeing Stearman and North American Harvard,
representing the aircraft that United States Army Air Force pilots would have flown in when completing
their training, prior to flying the mighty Mustang.
Additional thrilling displays include the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Dakota fromRAF Coningsby;
Douglas A-1 Skyraider from Kennet Aviation; the supremely colourful Hawker Hunter from Heritage
Aviation Developments; the aerobatically nimble CAP 232; the elegant Fournier RF-4 Pair glider duo and
the dynamic Trigg Aerobatic Team.
There is plenty to entertain you on the ground too, with the whole museum open to explore. Take tours
of B-17 Flying Fortress Sally B and the famous Catalina flying boat.*
Enjoy childrenís rides or a ride in a tank*. Find out more about historic objects from RAF Bomber
Command next to the Lancaster in AirSpace and have the chance to sit in an ejection seat. Make and
paint your own Airfix model in the Conservation Hall in AirSpace and take it home as a souvenir of your air
In the American Air Museum, discover United States Army Air Force historic objects next to the B-24
Liberator and the B-17 Flying Fortress.
Join us for the Autumn Air Show as we close the 2012 flying season in style!
Advance ticket sales have now closed, but you can purchase your ticket as you arrive at the Autumn Air
The IWM Duxford Air Shows App 2012
Donít forget to download the latest version of the IWM Duxford Air Shows App 2012 to enhance your
experience of the Autumn Air Show.
The App offers a library of over 100 aircraft that have graced the skies over IWM Duxford, containing
fascinating biographies, exciting statistics and stunning photographs.
Using the My Log section, you can collect your favourite aircraft fromacross the seasonís air shows,
which you can then admire at your leisure.
The usefulmap tool enables you to locate specific aircraft on display at the museum, together with
museum exhibitions and air show amenities, to ensure that you donít miss a thing at our air shows.
The App is free to download. The library, My Log and map tools are available free of charge.
Download the automated flying schedule which gives minute-by-minute information during the air show
as the aircraft commence their displays. You can then also set reminder alerts tomake sure that you
donít miss your favourite aircraft displaying.
The flying schedule is bought in app at a cost of £0.69.
Using Facebook and email you can share your air show experience with friends and family.
The App is optimised for iOS 4.3 and above, running on iPhone 3GS, 4 and 4s handsets and on Android
2.2.2 and above.