Save the date 29th August 2021

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Travis Ludlow – The youngest pilot to fly solo around the world will be visiting the Little Gransden Air and Car Show.

The Team at LGACS are delighted to announce that Travis Ludlow will be flying into Little Gransden in his diesel-powered Cessna 172R N5010, the aircraft he recently completed his solo circumnavigation of the globe   The aircraft will be parked close to the crowd line and it is hoped that Travis will be available to chat with as many of you as possible.   Come along to the show and meet this amazing young man!

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de Havilland Vampire

We are delighted to announce that, subject to operational availability, de Havilland Vampire T.11 WZ507/G-VTII will be displaying at LGAS21. This is the very last example of the RAF’s Vampire T.11 two-seat training jet aircraft still flying, and is making a very welcome return to the Little Gransden Air and Car Show after far too many years away from the event!

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Built 1940. basic trainer of a type used by the US Army Air Corps (USAAC) from 1936. Our particular plane (3349) was ordered by the French Air Force in 1939, however many were used by the Canadian’s In 1939, the French Air Force, expanding in anticipation of war ordered 230 As they had French instruments and differently arrange engine controls, the company gave it a new model number NA-64 but it was otherwise identical to the American basic trainer. Only one in Europe and only a handful flying worldwide. Crew: 2 Metal tubular frame with metal covering, rear fuselage and

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This aircraft made its first appearance at Little Gransden and will be returning again in 2021. Photo credit: Richard Paver

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Lancaster PA474 (City of Lincoln) Only 2 Lancaster are flying in the world today, One with the RAF the other in Canada. A total of 7,377 were built. Nearby to Little Gransden is Gransden Lodge where in the early 40s 405 squadron of the RCAF flew Lancasters and they were part of the elite Pathfider Force..  (Photo credits to Clare Hartley)

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First UK airshow appearance for the UK’s latest warbird – the Yak-3 F-AZIM! I am delighted to announce that the Little Gransden Air & Car Show has secured a first for all of the lucky visitors to our 2021 extravaganza! The show will feature the first airshow appearance and display of Bob Davy’s latest Yak-3, F-AZIM, in its spectacular soviet colours as White ’27’. Powered by a Pratt & Witney Twin Wasp engine of 1,200hp, it will provide a graceful display of its capabilities. The Yak-3 went into production in 1943, with a smaller, better-performing wing, which provided a superior

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SIAI Marchetti F260

We are pleased to add the delightful SIAI Marchetti F260 to our air display! Built in 1966 this little Italian hot rod was designed for use as a military trainer or light ground attack aircraft but is equally at home as a very desirable tourer. Fully aerobatic, it is powered by a 260HP Lycoming which makes it a very quick aircraft in its class. The sleek aerobatics give it jet like handling Photo credit Keith Wilson

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Mustang P51D G-CMDK Previous N167F

Powered by a Rolls Royce V-1650-7 (Hamilton Sundstrand 24050/) Been seen on the Airshow Circuit previous years known as SHARKMOUTH, OLD CROW. This Aircraft was built in 1944 This Aircraft was Purchased by the current keeper on 1st July 2021

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The Rolls-Royce Spitfire, PS853

The Rolls-Royce Spitfire, PS853, is an unarmed, high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft, one of a batch of 79 Mk XIXs built at Supermarine, Southampton. The Mk XIX was powered by the 2,050 hp Griffon 65 or 66 and represents the pinnacle of the Spitfire’s development in terms of speed and altitude capability with a top speed of 446mph and a ceiling of 42,000ft. This Aircraft was Brought by Rolls Royce in 1996

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Hurricane 1 R4118

The only Hurricane from the Battle of Britain still airborne today, Hawker Hurricane Mk1 R4118 is widely regarded as the most historic British aircraft to survive in flying condition from the Second World War . The Mark 1 Hurricane is credited with 49 Battle of Britain combat sorties and five kills. It will be flown at Lttle Gransden on August 29th by its owner, James Brown.

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Gipsy Pair

Auster and Chipmunk duo are making their first appearance at Little Gransden. We can’t wait to see them.


All our PPR slots are now taken. Thank you for your interest. 

Covid Guidelines

Government guidelines recommend that you do the following before attending:

Check for any of the following symptoms before you attend the show:

• Raised temperature
• A new and continuous cough
• A loss of or change to your sense of smell or taste
• Headaches, muscle pains or cold-like symptoms
Take a Lateral Flow Test
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If your test is positive:
• Enter your positive result on the government website.
• Order a PCR test kit to your home or book an appointment at a test site.
• Please do not travel to the event and follow all necessary government guidance regarding subsequent isolation.
If your test is negative:
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Please use your phone to scan the QR code before you leave your car.
It is recommended that face coverings are to be worn in all indoor areas.