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Wales Airshow

One of Wales' biggest events returns to Swansea in 2017!

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1 Jul 2017 - 2 Jul 2017
10.00AM. Air and ground displays throughout both days.
This event is free.
Swansea Bay
Air displays over Swansea Bay, ground displays along Swansea Prom between the Civic Centre and the Cenotaph.

After a record breaking event in 2016 - Wales' biggest airshow is set to return to Swansea Bay in July 2017!

The free Wales Airshow will be returning to Swansea Bay on Saturday July 1 and Sunday July 2 2017. Breathtaking aerobatic displays, state-of-the-art military aircraft and vintage planes from the past thrilled over 200,000 visitors in Swansea Bay last summer.

Confirmed so far:

  • The Red Arrows
  • Typhoon Eurofighter
  • The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
  • Tigers Parachute Display Team
  • Gyro Air Displays Team
  • Bristol Blenheim
  • Chinook
  • Pitts Special
  • Team Raven
  • RAF Tutor
  • Strikemaster
  • Vampire Blue
  • MiG15

For news and updates on the 2017 show buy the official AppOpens new window or visit the website www.walesairshow.co.ukOpens new window

Road Closures

Increased safety and new security measures are being implemented due to an anticipated record crowd for the Wales Airshow in Swansea on Saturday July 1 and Sunday July 2. This will mean additional road closures are being introduced for the event.

  • Oystermouth Road from the junction with West Way through to Mumbles Road at the junction with Sketty Lane will be closed in both directions from approximately 10am until after the final displays around 6pm on both days.
  • Access will be maintained for Marina residents, while arrangements will be made to allow people to reach Swansea Civic Centre, Swansea University's Singleton Campus and the pre-booked premium car park at the Recreation Ground.
  • People travelling from outside Swansea for the airshow will be directed to exit the M4 at Junction 42 and to use the park and ride facilities on Fabian Way and Junction 45 for the Landore park and ride. The park and ride routes have been adapted to drop visitors directly at the show.
  • Non-airshow visitors heading to Gower will be directed to Junction 47 at Penllergaer.
  • Swansea residents travelling to the airshow by car from the west of Swansea are being encouraged to use the official car park at Ashleigh Road Playing Fields.
  • Those from the east of Swansea are being urged to use the car parks at the LC, St David's, Paxton Street and the park and ride sites.

Please click the PDF below for a detailed map of these road closures and diversions. 

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