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Northern Ireland Airshows 2024

Northern Ireland Airshows 2024

Northern Ireland Airshow.

The Northern Ireland International Airshow 2024 has not yet been confirmed, and is Subject to council approval, but has been proposed for the 7th and 8th of September 2024.

Northern Ireland Airshows 2024:

07-08 September - Northern Ireland International Airshow 2024.

Northern Ireland International Airshow 2024 Participating Schedule:

BBMF Lancaster, Spitfire & Hurricane
RAF Typhoon

From Explore Causeway Coast & Glens News (13.12.23):

Proposed Dates for 2024 Northern Ireland International Air Show

September 2024 is set to soar as Northern Ireland gears up for its much-anticipated International Air Show. Subject to council approval, the event is proposed for the 7th and 8th of September, promising a weekend of aerial spectacle and excitement.

The preparation for this grand event is in full swing, with officers proposing to kickstart marketing and promotional activities from mid-January 2024.

This early start is part of a meticulous planning process designed to ensure the air show is not just an event but an unforgettable experience for both the participants and the spectators.

A key point on the agenda next week is the investment decision of £440,000, currently awaiting the consideration and approval of elected members.

This substantial investment underscores the scale and significance of the event, hinting at the high-calibre performances and activities planned for the two-day extravaganza.

Explore Causeway Coast & Glens News.

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Northern Ireland Airshows Information & Links

About Northern Ireland Airshows:
Northern Ireland Airshows History
Northern Ireland Airshow Dates

Google Map - Portstewart
Northern Ireland Int Airshow map

Travel Information:
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RAC Route Finder
National Rail
National Express

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Weather Forecast:
General UK weather forecast
Portstewart - Metoffice
Portstewart - BBC

General Information:
Newcastle Scanner Frequencies

Website & Links:
N.I. International Airshow Website
N.I. International Airshow Facebook
N.I. International Airshow Twitter

UK Airshows 2024:
UK Airshows (England):
Shuttleworth Airshows
Duxford Airshows
Royal International Air Tattoo
Farnborough Airshow
RAF Cosford Airshow
Flying legends Airshow - cancelled
Abingdon Air & Country Show
Midlands Air Festival
Little Gransden Airshow
Airbourne (Eastbourne) Airshow
Southport Airshow
Clacton Airshow
Bournemouth Air Festival
Blackpool Airshow
English Riviera Airshow
Teignmouth Airshow
Headcorn Battle of Britain
Old Buckenham Airshow
East Kirkby Airshow
Sywell Airshow
UK Airshows (Wales):
Wales National Air Show
Rhyl Air Show - cancelled
UK Airshows (Scotland):
International Ayr Show
UK Airshows (Northern Ireland):
NI International Airshow
UK Airshows (Channel Islands):
Jersey International Air Display
Guernsey Air Display
Flypasts/Events 2024:
King's Birthday Flypast

Northern Ireland Airshows History
The two main air displays in Northern Ireland were the 'Newcastle Festival of Flight' and 'Airwaves: Northern Ireland International Airshow' in Portrush.

The 'Newcastle Festival of Flight' takes place over the shores of Newcastle in scenic County Down. The Festival includes family fun events with an Aviation and Food Village as well as the stunning flying display.

'Airwaves: Northern Ireland International Airshow' was a two-day flagship event in the Northern Ireland calendar, hosted in the popular seaside resort of Portrush. As well as the fantastic air displays on each day there was plenty of entertainment on the ground.

Newcastle Festival of Flight was cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19 and the Northern Ireland International Airshow at Portrush was cancelled in 2020 due to funding being cut.

It was announced by the 'Mourne Observer' on 16th February 2022 that the Newcastle Festival of Flight would not take place in 2022. Causeway coast and Glenns council voted to reinstate the Portrush Airshow from 2022 and run it every 2 years, as long as funding can be found. It will then be known as the 'International Causeway Airshow'.

The Northern Ireland International Airshow cancelled in 2022 following the sad passing of Her Majesty The Queen.