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
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
This aircraft made its first appearance at Little Gransden and will be returning again in 2021. Photo credit: Richard Paver
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
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
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
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
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
Auster and Chipmunk duo are making their first appearance at Little Gransden. We can’t wait to see them.
Mark Jefferies will fly the YAK 50. The USSR contender for the 1976 World aerobatic championships. This was the state of the art for competition
P51 MUSTANG (Miss Helen) will be in our flying display once again) A welcome return.. Photo Credit Phil Whalley
An interesting Chipmunk to our Static Display, This is the Chipmunk HRH Prince Charles learnt to fly in! (Photo Credit Geoff Collins)
Thanks to Vic Noman of AEROSUPERBATICS, We will have a display from one of their Boeing Stearman Aircraft with a Lady Wingwalker. This is the
Chris Burkett flying the Extra 300s and Mike Williams controlling the Extra 40% radio controlled model, A 2 ship formation not to be missed!!
Rich Goodwin will be displaying his Pitts Special S2S, Known as the Muscle Biplane. Rich is a retired RAF Tornado Pilot and now flies as
This year is the 75th Anniversary of the Maiden Flight of the De Havilland Chipmunk, so we will commemorate that event with a Display from
T-6 is actually a military trainer like the British Tiger Moth, Miles Magister and higher-powered (and long forgotten) Master counterparts. One is that the only
How nice it would be to have the RAF Red Arrows but unfortunately, they are well out of our budget at £15,000 even if available.
Team of British aerobatic champions past and present flying air shows World over. All aircraft carry the new “dotty smoke” systems adding to the dynamic
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