Save the date 29th August 2021

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Extreme Formation

Extreme Formation – XtremeAir XA42 and American Champion Xtreme Decathlon. A new formation 2 ship with a high-wing/low-wing twist.

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Harvard T6

Harvard T6 Wacky Wabbit from Duxford is flying at Little Gransden this year! Photo Credit …Harvard T6 limited

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SPITFIRE Vb Historic Aircraft Collection

Spitfire BM597 Combat veteran, Spitfire BM597 (G-MKVB) is one of 1000 Spitfires Mk.Vb built at Castle Bromwich against contract B981687/39. Delivered to No.37 Maintenance Unit at Burtonwood on 26 February 1942, she was assigned to 315 (Polish) Sqn on 7 May 1942 and on to 317 (Polish)Sqn on 5 September 1942, both at Woodvale.

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Hurricanes at LGACS

Hurricanes are expected to be Static and Flying on the day.

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Support for Ukraine

Any aircraft showing the Red star will have the Ukraine markings over the star, just for your info!

Miles Gemini
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Miles Gemini

A popular flying item from last year returns once again in the hands of the owner Stu Blanchard. Photo Credit: Phil Whalley

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Muscle Biplane Pitts S2S

Rich Goodwin is once again returning to our air show with a top display of Aerobatics in His Muscle Biplane Pitts S2S. Rich is a Retired RAF Pilot who at one time was a Tornado Pilot

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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!

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
(Tests can be requested for free from or your local pharmacy)
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:
• Enter your negative result on the government website. You may be asked to provide evidence of this on the day.
Social Distancing
Please observe and uphold the social distancing as recommended by throughout our site, especially where meeting others coming the other way.
Track and Trace
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.