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    Catalina soars back to Portrush

    The majestic Consolidated Catalina will make a welcome return to Air Waves Portrush for both days. Catalinas were based on Lough Erne during World War II and identified the Nazi battleship, Bismarck, leading to its sinking.

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Saturday 5th September 2015, Portrush, Northern Ireland - Airwaves Portrush 2015

The Silver Wings chalet during performances at this weekend’s Air Waves Portrush. Organised by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, over 100,000 spectators are expected to descend upon Portrush’s eastern shoreline for two days of thrilling flying displays by some of the world’s most famous aviation attractions.


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    The best seat in the house – Silver Wings Chalet is now on sale

    Air Waves Portrush is delighted to announce that tickets for Silver Wings Chalet are now on sale. Now in its fourth year, the venue has proved to be the ideal location for both new and returning aviation enthusiasts, photographers and other thrill seeking visitors. Situated at the heart of Portrush’s premier event, and lying directly

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    Famous Battle of Britain Memorial Flight to grace Portrush on both days

    The magnificent RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is set to return to Air Waves Portrush this September. The formation will comprise the Lancaster bomber, the Spitfire and the Hurricane. The Lancaster is the only flying example this side of the Atlantic Ocean and was made famous by the Dambusters

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    RAF Tutor back at Portrush after 2 year gap

    The RAF Tutor brings its dynamic display back to Portrush for the first time since 2015. It will perform its thrilling routine on both days (Sat 2nd and Sun 3rd September). It is used for Elementary Flying Training by all 3 of the Armed Services. Additionally, 14 University Air Squadrons and

  • Local photographer wins prestigious competition with spectacular Air Waves Portrush image

    This stunning image of the Red Arrows taken over the Causeway Coast and Glens has won a prestigious worldwide photography competition. Local photographer, Donna Rowley, captured the spectacular image at the Air Waves Portrush International Airshow, which has just announced that the Red Arrows will once again perform on both

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