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

Spitfires and Hurricanes

Spitfire Mk.XVI TD248 atDuxford Air Shows
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVIe
Using the American built Rolls-Royce Packard-Merlin engine, Spitfire Mk.XVIe TD248 served with the Post-War Royal Air Force.
Spitfire N3200 taking of at IWM Duxford
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Ia
Spitfire N3200 is IWM's only airworthy aircraft in our collection and a veteran of the Dunkirk Campaign.
 Spitfire Mk.XVII SM845 at Duxford Air Shows
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVII
Spitfire Mk.XVIII, SM845 is a post-Second World War fighter which originally flew for the RAF South East Asia Air Command and Indian Air Force.
Spitfire T9 PT462 ARC at Duxford Air Shows
Supermarine Spitfire T9
Converted to a 2-Seat trainer, Spitfire PT462 carries the RAF squadron markings it wore over Europe in 1945.
Spitfire T9 PV202 ARC at Duxford Air Shows
Supermarine Spitfire T9
Spitfire, PV202 flew with the Irish Air Corps as a converted 2-seat trainer following service with the RAF during the Second World War.
Spitfire PR Mk.XI in flight against a blue sky
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.PRXI
In the photo reconnaissance blue of 4 Squadron, RAF. Spitfire Mk.PRXI PL983 'L' operated by Aircraft Restoration Company at Duxford.
The Grace Spitfire at Dxuford Air Shows
Supermarine Spitfire T9
The Grace Spitfire ML407 is a D-Day veteran, credited with the first enemy aircraft shot down over the Normandy beachhead on 6th June. Converted to a 2-seat trainer it flew for the Irish Air Corps as IAC162.
Spitfire Mk.Vc JG891at Duxford Air Shows
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc
Originally issued to the Royal Australian Air Force, JG891 now displays the authentic colours of a Spitfire Mk.Vc of 249 Sqn operating from Ta Qali airfield, Malta in 1943.
Spitfire Mk.I X4650 at Duxford Air Shows
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Ia
One of three early Mk.1 Spitfires at Duxford Battle of Britain Air Show, X4650 flew from Biggin Hill in 2012 following restoration.
Spitfire Mk.1 AR213 at Duxford Air Shows
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Ia
Spitfire Mk.Ia AR213 was once the personal aircraft of RAF fighter ace Ginger Lacey. Today the Spitfire represents a Mk.IIa of No. 71 Eagle Squadron.
Spitfire PR.XI Hangar 11
Supermarine Spitfire PR Mk.XI
This rare and original aircraft carried out 40 missions over occupied Europe with 16 squadron RAF, during 1944-1945.
Spitfire Mk.VIII at Duxford Air Shows
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.VIII
A rare version of the Spitfire, MV154 is based in Germany.
Spitfire Mk.Vc against a blue sky
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc
Assigned to No 310 (Czech) Squadron based at RAF Duxford in 1942, Spitfire AR501 is owned and flown by the Shuttleworth Collection.
Spitfire Mk.IXb MH434
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXb
Spitfire MH434 is perhaps the most famous of all Spitfires still flying today. Owned and Operated by the Old Flying Machine Company.
Spitfire Mk.XIX owned by Rolls-Royce
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XIX
Spitfire PS853 is an ambassador for Rolls-Royce and was previously operated by the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. It is an unarmed, high-­altitude photo-­reconnaissance version of the Spitfire.
Sea Hurricane Mk.Ib against an overcast sky
Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk.Ib
Owned and flown by the Shuttleworth Collection, This is the only airworthy Hawker Sea Hurricane 1b in the world.
HAC Hawker Hurricane in new RAF Czech markings
Hawker Hurricane Mk XIIa
The Hurricane was the RAF's first monoplane fighter, going into service with the Royal Air Force. 5711 is owned and flown by the Historic Aircraft Collection.
Hawker Hurricane Mk.I R4118
Hawker Hurricane Mk.I
Delivered to 605 Squadron in August 1940, R4118 took part in defence during the Battle of Britain, flown by RAF Officers Bunny Currant, Archie Milne and Bob Foster,
Costumed actors at Duxford Air Shows
Hawker Hurricane Mk.I
Hawker Hurricane, P3717, is a Battle of Britain veteran with 253 Squadron.

More Great Participants

The Red Arrows with a smoky sky
RAF Red Arrows
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, is one of the world's premier aerobatic display teams, promoting the best of British.
Avro Lancaster at Duxford Air SHows
RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
The iconic Hurricanes, Spitfires and Lancaster of the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, fly to commemorate those who have fallen in the service of this country.
Strikemaster pair with smoke against a blue sky
Strikemaster Pair
The BAC 167 Strikemaster was a development of the Jet Provost and used as a light attack aircraft.
Two Blades Extra aircraft, one is inverted
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.
Yak 3 Will Greenwood
Yakolev Yak 3
This Second World War Soviet fighter proved to be a very capable dogfighter with outstanding maneuverability and high rate of climb. G-OLEG
Hispano Buchon Yellow 10 at Duxford Air Shows
Hispano HA-112 MIL Buchón
A film star of Battle of Britain (1969), Hispano Buchón "Yellow 10" is based at IWM Duxford and owned by Historic Flying Limited.
TF-51 Mustang at Duxford Air Shows
North American TF-51D Mustang
44-84847 was one of the last Mustangs constructed at North American factory in Dallas and flew with the USAF in Korea and the National Air Guard. The fighter has been converted to accommodate a second seat.
P-51D Mustang flying towards the camera at sundown
North American P-51D Mustang
Formerly 'The Shark', this P-51D is now flown in the colours of USAAF Colonel Donald Blakeslee, 4th FG, RAF Debden, Essex.
PBY-5A Catalina at IWM Duxford
Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
The huge white Catalina is set to grace the skies at the 80th anniversary Duxford Battle of Britain Air Show. It was one of the most successful aircraft of its kind ever built.
P-51D Mustang Miss Helen at Duxford Air Shows
North American P-51D Mustang
P-51D 'Miss Helen' (44-72216) wears the colours of 352nd FG 487th FS who she originally flew with from RAF Bodney, Norfolk.
Harvard at Duxford Air Shows
North American Harvard Mk.IV
Harvard Mk.IV 'Taz' is used by Aircraft Restoration Company as a “Warbird” conversion training aircraft and is often used for aerial photography.
The Fireflys light up the dark sky
Fireflies Aerobatic Display Team
Expect their daytime aerobatic display with elements of close formation aerobatics, opposition and synchro work, all with white smoke filling the sky. The Fireflies perform in two Van's RV4s.
Tiger 9 Display team at Duxford Air Shows
Tiger 9 Aeronautical Display Team
This is the only display in the world to have 9 Tiger Moths in close formation.
Jamie of Spirit of Britain at Duxford Air Shows
Noorduyn Harvard Mk.IV
Built in 1944, this is the oldest flying Harvard still flying in the UK.