IT'S the penultimate day of the 2023 Bournemouth Air Festival.

Today visitors will be treated to an action-packed day of flying starting from 12.45pm.

The Starlings Aerobatic team will be appearing at the festival for the first time with another display taking place tomorrow.

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A host of aircraft will be taking to the skies including the AeroSuperBatics Wingwalkers, Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, Tigers Parachute Display team, Chinook, Spitfire, and Mustang.

The Red Arrows will be wowing the crowds at 5pm today. 

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It will be the final chance to watch Night Air at this year's event as there's no dusk display on Sunday, so if you want to see it, make sure you head down there.

It's also the last opportunity to watch the fireworks with a display lighting up the skies at 10pm. 

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Saturday, September 2

Flying starts at 12.45pm

(in no particular order)

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

Night Air

Flying starts at 7.25pm

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

There will also be a fireworks display at 10pm.