IF you think you’ve seen it all before at Bournemouth Air Festival then think again as 2018 will see a host of new attractions.

Prepare to be amazed by the Jet Suit Display Team when Gravity Industries founder and chief test pilot Richard Browning, along with fellow pilot Dr Angelo Grubisic, demonstrate human flight in front of thousands of people along the seafront after taking off from Bournemouth Pier.

The pair will be doing four special displays; two on Friday and two on Saturday including part of Night Air.

Since 2017, Gravity Industries have performed at more than events across 16 countries and this year will see them perform at Bournemouth Air Festival for the first time.

Last year the team achieved a world record for the fastest speed in a body controlled jet engine powdered suit.

Meanwhile, Pilot Rich Goodwin will be showcasing his Muscle Biplane Pitts S2CG-EWIZ in an another Air Festival first. The daredevil routine will combine “aerial manoeuvres and high energy muscle biplane aerobatics.” Rich will be flying every day of the Air Festival.

The world-famous Breitling Jet Team will be performing for the first time on the south coast of England.

Based in Dijon, France, they are Europe’s largest professional jet display team and will be taking part in three daytime displays and one Night Air display.

At times, the aircraft are within just three metres of each other at speeds of over 430mph.

On the ground, there will be three new pop-up bars and food places for visitors. A summer beach bar will be set-up next to Bournemouth Pier, as well as pop-up areas on the East Cliff and the Lower Gardens.

Last year’s A Very Vintage Sunday may have been rained-off but the event is back for two days this year.

There will be music, entertainment, classic cars, traders and dancing from 11am on Saturday and Sunday at East Overcliff Drive.