Breathtaking aerobatic displays, state-of-the-art aircraft and vintage planes from the past will again be thrilling hundreds of thousands of visitors in the skies above Swansea this summer.
Swansea Council has now confirmed that the free Wales National Air Show will be returning to the city on Saturday July 1 and Sunday July 2.
Over 200,000 people packed the seafront last July to enjoy displays including the Red Arrows, a Eurofighter Typhoon, Chinook helicopters and aircraft from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Ground-based entertainment included tanks, military support vehicles, an assault course and marquees with information on careers in the Armed Forces.
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