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Midlands Air Festival 2024

Midlands Air Festival 2024

Midlands Air Festival 2024.

The Midlands Air Festival was a new aviation event in 2018 that took place in the historic grounds of the famous Ragley Hall estate. For its second year in 2019 it moved to Arbury Hall, Nuneaton, Warwickshire but has now moved back to Ragley Hall.

Friday evening will have a Nightfire show which includes an evening daylight air display as well as a twilight aircraft display with pyrotechnics and fireworks streaming off their wings. The main flying displays will be on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. There will also be Hot Air Balloons and huge model aircraft.

Midlands Air Festival 2024:

31 May-02 Jun- Midlands Air Festival 2024

Midlands Air Festival - 31 May to 2 June 2024:

Fantastic classic air display in the stunning grounds of the Ragley Hall Estate. There will be a wide array display's including Warbirds, Classic Jets, Helicopters, amazing high energy aerobatics, aerial ballet, flying circus and some of the largest radio controlled models in the world, that are so big you can almost climb into them!

The main flying displays will be on Saturday and Sunday afternoon and the Nightfire show will take place on the Friday.

Participating aircraft:

Friday 31 May 2024:
SIAI Marchetti SF260
Calidus Autogyro

Saturday 01 June 2024:
SIAI Marchetti SF260
Team Raven
Extra 300S
Calidus Autogyro

Sunday 02 June 2024:
SAAB Draken
SIAI Marchetti SF260
Team Raven
Extra 300S
Calidus Autogyro

Tickets are available on the official website.

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About Midlands Air Festival:
Midlands Air Festival History
Midlands Air Festival Dates
Midlands Air Festival Participating Aircraft

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Midlands Air Festival History
This was a spectacular new aviation event for the Midlands in 2018, and featured a variety of displaying aircraft from World War 1, World War 2, Classic jets, and Aerobatic display teams. This exciting show took place for the first time in the historic grounds of the famous Ragley Hall estate which is close to Alcester in Warwickshire.

On Friday there is usually a unique 'Nightfire' event which features night time aerobatics with aircraft pyrotechnics which are lit by computer controlled lighting systems. This is followed by a mass balloon nightglow and flames choreographed and set to music, and ends with a stunning big sky firework finale.

On the ground there is an array of catering, exhibitors and attractions. You can also experience the grandeur and history of Ragley Hall itself for a small additional donation.

The second Midlands Air Festival changed its venue to Arbury Hall, Nuneaton, Warwickshire for 2019.

The third Midlands Air Festival was to have taken place on 29-31 May 2020 at Ragley Hall, Alcester, Warwickshire but had to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic, however this event did take place in 2021.