The Duxford Air Festival 2020 line up is subject to change. All confirmed flying is subject to weather and serviceability on the day.

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  • Belgian Air Force F-16 trails white smoke against a blue sky
    Belgian Air Force F-16 Solo Display 'Dark Falcon'

    One of the most spectacular fast-jet displays in Europe opens Duxford Air Festival 2020. Speed, power, noise and plenty of smoke...'Dark Falcon' is quite incredible!


  • Pair of Extra 300 aircraft (The Blades) in formation with smoke
    The Blades
    The Blades

    The Blades Aerobatic Team is renowned worldwide for flying precision close-formation aerobatics to the highest level during their dynamic and cutting edge display.

  • Wingwalkers cross in mid-air with smoke against a grey sky
    AeroSuperBatics Wingwalkers

    The pure adrenaline experience of the worlds only aerobatic formation wingwalking team. Their stunts have to be seen to be believed!

  • The Ultimate Fighters team in formation against a blue sky
    Ultimate Fighters Display Team

    Four of the most remarkable Second World War fighters: P-47D Thunderbolt, TF-51 Mustang, Buchon and Spitfire, brought together over the skies over Duxford Air Festival. Not to be missed.

  • Extra and Extra RC model in formation against a blue sky
    Little and Large Extra Duo

    A unique double act with a full-size Extra 300SP and a 40% scale radio-controlled model aircraft. A first for Duxford Air Festival.

  • Close up of a Catalina flying overhead, against a cloudy sky
    Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina

    The huge white Catalina is set to grace the skies once again at Duxford Air Festival. It was one of the most successful aircraft of its kind ever built, what a sight!

  • two Czech Air Force Gripens in flight
    Czech Air Force JAS-39 Gripen

    The Gripen is a current multi-role, front-line fighter with the Czech Air Force, flying at Duxford Air Festival for the first time! Prepare for a truly breathtaking display.

  • Czech Air Force L-159 ALCA
    Czech Air Force Role Demo, L-159 ALCA

    The single-seat L-159 ALCA (Advanced Light Combat Aircraft) is flown by the Czech Air Force and optimised for a variety of air-to-ground, air-to-air tasks and reconnaissance missions.

  • Fokker Four against a cloudy sky
    Stichting Fokker Four

    The stylish and spectacular show from Fokker Four are widely known in The Netherlands. The team fly the historic Fokker S-11 Instructor.

  • Westland Whirlwind historic helicopter flying over fields
    Westland Whirlwind HAR10

    Regularly seen patrolling the holiday beaches of Devon and Cornwall during the 1950's, see the world’s only airworthy Whirlwind historic helicopter at Duxford Air Festival.

  • Westland Wessex HU5

    Remembered for its roles in the Falklands War, the red and blue Search and Rescue Wessex also saved countless lives across the UK.

  • Westland Wasp against a cloudy sky
    Westland Wasp HAS1

    A unique and superbly agile, first generation 'jet-engine' helicopter, famous for being the first helicopter ever to be operated from small ships.

  • Strikemaster pair
    Thomas Crowther
    Strikemaster Pair

    The BAC 167 Strikemaster was a development of the Jet Provost and used as a light attack aircraft. The team fly as a pair showcasing the jets low altitude performance.

  • B-17 Sally B in flight against a blue sky
    B-17G Flying Fortress 'Sally B'

    The last remaining airworthy B-17 in Europe, 'Sally B' is a testament to the efforts of those who support her and a flying memorial to the thousands of young Americans who gave their lives during the Second World War.

  • Spitfire N3200 in the evening sun, against a blue sky
    Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Ia N3200

    Spitfire N3200 is IWM's only airworthy aircraft in our collection and a veteran of the Dunkirk Campaign. Read about its history here.

  • Hurricane 501 parked on the grass at IWM Duxford
    Hawker Hurricane Mk.I '501'

    A former 501 Royal Air Force Squadron Hurricane, it joins our Spitfire as having flown during the evacuation of Dunkirk, 1940.