What's On - Saturday 1st September 2018

TIMES
Car Park Opens – 9:30AM
Site opens at 10:00AM
Flying Displays Start – 11:00AM
Flying Displays Finish – 6:10PM (Red Arrows will start their display at 5:40PM)
Site Closes – 6:20PM
Car Parks Close – 7:00PM

The Airshow will be busy all weekend no matter the weather. We have a massive exhibition and fun area across the Low Green in Ayr. Even in the busy times we are always looking out for your safety and security. We have worked for months with Police Scotland and our event security team and we will have in place lots of measures to keep everyone safe and secure. You will see armed police officers and vehicle obstructions in different areas across the whole site. In the background there is a range of unseen measures and people who will be there to ensure you have a wonderful experience at Scotland’s best family event.

As you would expect traffic restrictions will be in place and as part of the security system the restrictions will be strictly enforced. Please don’t park carelessly and risk having your car towed away. Book your place now for the official car park which will be the closest parking to our wonderful event www.tsia.scot/tickets

 

AIRCRAFT
Swiss Airforce F/A-18C twin engine supersonic jet display
Royal Navy Sea Fury – World War 2 fighter
RAF Tutor aerobatic training aircraft
Catalina flying boat
RAF Typhoon supersonic jet
Royal Air Force aerobatic team – The Red Arrows
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight – Lancaster, Spitfire and Hurricane
Wee Dram – Prestwick based Cessna172 sea plane (will do a sea landing if the wave conditions are suitable)
Swiss Classic Formation of 1940s transport aeroplanes – DC3 and 3 Beech 18s in one beautiful formation
Calidus Autogyro

The Global Stars aerobatic team

Lauren Wilson Pitts special aerobatic display

Coastguard helicopter and Troon lifeboat role demonstration

Scottish Aviation Bulldog will fly with another RAF aerobatic trainer the Chipmunk.

Boeing Stearman bi plane

1930s executive aviation combination The Dragon Fly will fly with the Spartan

TSIA SITE
Huge funfair with a giant Ferris Wheel ride
STEM future technology Pavilion (sponsored by Spirit AeroSystems and UTC Aerospace Systems)
Licensed bar
World food outlets
Many stalls, displays and activities for all ages

IN AYR TOWN
RAF 100th / TSIA 5th Memorial Concert. Ayr Town Hall. Doors 7:45 PM
With The Swing Cats and the 20 piece 78 Big Band.

The town has many restaurants, bars, and shops all within 10 minutes walk of the Airshow site at the Low Green. There is 10 pin bowling and a cinema within 5 minutes of the train station. Come early or stay late and enjoy your weekend.

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What's On - Sunday 2nd September 2018

TIMES
Car Park Opens – 9:30AM
Site opens at 10:00AM
Flying Displays Start – 11:00AM
Flying Displays Finish – 5:00PM (Red Arrows will start their display at 4:30PM)
Site Closes – 5:20PM
Car Parks Close -6:30PM

The Airshow will be busy all weekend no matter the weather. We have a massive exhibition and fun area across the Low Green in Ayr. Even in the busy times we are always looking out for your safety and security. We have worked for months with Police Scotland and our event security team and we will have in place lots of measures to keep everyone safe and secure. You will see armed police officers and vehicle obstructions in different areas across the whole site. In the background there is a range of unseen measures and people who will be there to ensure you have a wonderful experience at Scotland’s best family event.

As you would expect traffic restrictions will be in place and as part of the security system the restrictions will be strictly enforced. Please don’t park carelessly and risk having your car towed away. Book your place now for the official car park which will be the closest parking to our wonderful event www.tsia.scot/tickets

 

AIRCRAFT
Swiss Airforce F/A-18C twin engine supersonic jet display
Royal Navy Sea Fury – World War 2 fighter
RAF Tutor aerobatic training aircraft
Catalina flying boat
RAF Typhoon supersonic jet
Royal Air Force aerobatic team – The Red Arrows
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight – Lancaster, Spitfire and Hurricane
Wee Dram – Prestwick based Cessna172 sea plane (will do a sea landing if the wave conditions are suitable)
Swiss Classic Formation of 1940s transport aeroplanes – DC3 and 3 Beech 18s in one beautiful formation
Calidus Autogyro
The Global Stars aerobatic team

Lauren Wilson Pitts special aerobatic display

Coastguard helicopter and Troon lifeboat role demonstration

Scottish Aviation Bulldog will fly with another RAF aerobatic trainer the Chipmunk.

Boeing Stearman bi plane

1930s executive aviation combination The Dragon Fly will fly with the Spartan

The RAF Falcons parachute team will land on Ayr beach

 

TSIA SITE
Huge funfair with giant Ferris Wheel
STEM future technology Pavilion (sponsored by Spirit AeroSystems and UTC Aerospace Systems)
Licensed bar
World food outlets
Many stalls, displays and activities for all ages

IN AYR TOWN
The town has many restaurants, bars, and shops all within 10 minutes walk of the Airshow site at the Low Green. There is 10 pin bowling and a cinema within 5 minutes of the train station. Come early or stay late and enjoy your weekend.

Buy Tickets