Scottish International Airshow

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Scottish International Airshow
StatusActive
GenreAir show
DatesSeptember
FrequencyYearly
VenueAyr Low Green
Location(s)Ayr, Scotland
Country Scotland
Established2014
Attendance~ 90,000 Public Visitors [1]
ActivityTrade Exhibition
Aerobatic Displays
Static Displays
Organised byScottish International Airshow
WebsiteScottish International Airshow

The Scottish International Airshow is an annual Air Show taking place at Ayr, Scotland. Founded in 2014, the air show features a variety of different aircraft such as Biplanes, Fighter Jets, Aerobatic aircraft, Seaplanes, and much more.[2]

Venue[edit]

TSIA (The Scottish International Airshow) is held at Ayr Low Green. At the airshow, there are food stands, stalls, Various Funfair Rides, exhibitions from the British Armed Forces and British police such as The British Army, Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy.[3]

Operation[edit]

TSIA is created and hosted by the Scottish International Airshow. Inside of the air show area, it is patrolled by police and security guards. Typically, the order of the aircraft's are the Typhoon, older planes such as the Douglas DC3 and The Beech 18's. Followed by the Seaplanes and then the F18 and the red arrows. In between these aircraft there are some smaller and older planes that fly in formation.[4]

Aircraft[edit]

2018 Airshow Aircraft

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  2. ^ "What's On - The Scottish International Airshow".
  3. ^ Gray, Lisa (14 August 2018). "Arrows target Ayr show in what promises to be biggest and best year yet".
  4. ^ a b "Scottish Airshow 2018 Ayr Flying Display Schedule, Timetable, Weather Forecast, Tickets, Hotel Accommodation, East Fortune - Military Airshows in the UK". www.military-airshows.co.uk.