IT’S the second day of the 2023 Bournemouth Air Festival.

Festival goers will be treated to displays from the likes of the Typhoon, Swordfish, Yakovlev 50, Super Pitts Muscle Bi-Plane, and of course, the Red Arrows.

There will also be another chance to catch the Night Air display, plus don't miss the first of two nights of firework displays at 10pm. 

Today the Red Arrows will be flying at 5pm. 

Read more: When you can see the Red Arrows at this year's Bournemouth Air Festival

Updates on any displays will be available on our blog throughout the day, and also on the Bournemouth Air Festival app.

Read more: Bournemouth Air Festival 2023 - your guide to this year's event

Please note, the aircraft listed below are subject to availability and weather conditions. 

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Friday, September 1

Flying starts from 1.25pm

  • Tigers FFT Parachute Display Team
  • Firebirds
  • Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
  • RAF Typhoon
  • T-67 Firefly
  • Swordfish and Wasp formation
  • Wasp
  • Swordfish
  • Yakovlev 50
  • Super Pitts Muscle Bi-Plane
  • AeroSuperBatics Wingwalkers
  • Bronco
  • Tutor
  • Spitfire & Mustang
  • RAFAT Red Arrows

Night Air

Flying starts at 7.40pm

  • RAF Typhoon
  • Firebirds
  • Otto the Helicopter
  • Tigers FFT Parachute Display Team

What else is happening?

During the day in the Lower Gardens, there will be Liberty Owls and local acts performing in the bandstand.

Then from 6.20pm, people can see the Royal Marines Unarmed Combat Team, HMRM Band Portsmouth - Beat Retreat Sunset Ceremony, and a film screening.

There's also a firework display at Bournemouth Pier at 10pm.