The Duxford Summer Air Show line up is subject to change. All confirmed flying is subject to weather and serviceability on the day.
RAF Red Arrows
The Royal Air Force Aerobatics Team, the Red Arrows, is one of the world's premier aerobatic display teams.
The Blades Aerobatic Team is renowned worldwide for flying precision close-formation aerobatics to the highest level during their dynamic and cutting edge display.
Due to the availability of parachutists, we are sorry to say that the RAF Falcons will no longer be displaying at the Duxford Summer Air Show.
The pure adrenaline experience of the worlds only aerobatic formation wingwalking team. Their stunts have to be seen to be believed!
Little and Large Extra Duo
A unique double act with a full-size Extra 300SP and a 40% scale radio-controlled model aircraft.
The dazzling spectacle that is the RAF Typhoon at Duxford Summer Air Show. Get ready to stand in awe of the sheer power and noise of the Royal Air Force’s current front line fighter jet.
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.
Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
Expect power and tenacity from the ‘Jug’. The P-47D Thunderbolt was one of the largest single engine fighters of the Second World War.
TF-51D Mustang ‘Contrary Mary’
One of the best performing allied fighters of the Second World War, ‘Contrary Mary’ is painted in the same black and white chequer markings the USAAF Mustangs here at RAF Duxford in 1944.
P-51D Mustang ‘The Hun Hunter Texas’
With the capability to escort heavy bombers deep into the heart of Germany, the P-51 Mustang dominated the skies over Europe at the end of the Second World War.
Grumman FM2 Wildcat
The tiny Wildcat flew for all active U.S Navy fighter squadrons in the Pacific War and also the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm. during the Second World War.
Supermarine Spitfire PR Mk.XI PL963
See the NHS Spitfire fly! The names of many of our countries NHS heroes are written across the aircraft.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Ia AR213
Once the personal aircraft of RAF fighter ace Ginger Lacey, today this Spitfire represents a Mk.IIa of No. 71 Eagle Squadron.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Ia X4650
A film star as part of Dunkirk (2017), Spitfire Ia, X4650 flew from Biggin Hill in 2012 following restoration.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Ia N3200
Spitfire N3200 is IWM's only airworthy aircraft in our collection and a veteran of the Dunkirk Campaign.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXb MH434
Spitfire MH434 is perhaps the most famous of all Spitfires still flying today. Owned and operated by the Old Flying Machine Company.
Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
The huge white Catalina is set to grace the skies over Duxford. It was one of the most successful aircraft of its kind ever built, what a sight!
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.
Tiger 9 Aeronautical Display Team
Tiger 9 bring the excitement and tradition of flying to Duxford Summer Air Show, don’t miss the spectacular bomb-burst!