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    Crowd favourite returns for both days of September show

    Pic Mervyn Campbell The astonishing little Pitts Special, flown by Rich Goodwin, will be back in Portrush for both show days on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd September. The original Pitts was designed by Curtis Pitts and first flew in 1945. G-EWIZ is a Pitts S2S, one of only 30

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    Cold War jet lined up for both days

    Air Waves Portrush has added another star to its airshow lineup for 2-3 September, with the cold war soviet fighter jet, the MiG-15 UTI, known as the Midget. This particular display aircraft was manufactured in Poland and its unique RED 18 markings are a nod to Yuri Gagarin, the first man

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    Debut Portrush display for six ship team

    Pic by IrishAirPics.com A new display item for Portrush with the addition of Team Raven –  a dynamic six ship display team. Team Raven is a formation aerobatic display team formed in May 2014 from previous members of Team Osprey and Team Viper, and fly a mix of RV8s and RV4s.

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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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