The Jersey International Air Display is taking place on Thursday 11 September 2014. There will be static displays at Jersey airport on the Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and a rotary wing static display on either the Lower Park or Peoples Park in St Helier adjacent to where the flying display is taking place over the Bay of St Aubins The air display is organised by a not for profit company which has two objectives: supporting British Military Charities and supporting tourism in Jersey. The dedicated Service Charity for 2014 is Help for Heroes.
The air display is funded through sponsorship, programme sales and the small charge to the airport static display.The air display is free but there is a small admittance charge to the airport static display. £5.00 for adults and £2.00 for children.Following some losses to the previously published attendees the current line-up is as follows:
- RAF Tutor
- RAF Tucano T.1
- RAF BBMF Hurricane
- RAF BBMF Spitfire
- RAF BBMF Lancaster B.1
- RAF Red Arrows
- Army Lynx AH.7 demonstration team
- Canadian Warplane Museum Lancaster B.X
- Swedish AF Historic Flight Sk.60
- Swedish AF Historic Flight J-29F Tunnan
- Swedish AF Historic Flight SK-35 Draken
- Swedish AF Historic Flight AJ-37 Viggen
- Morane Saulnier MS.406
- Polikarpov I – 16 Rata (Flying)
- French P-40
- French OV-10 Bronco
- English Electric Canberra PR.9
- Hawker Hunter T.7
Rotary and Airport Static Displays
All the aircraft in the flying display will appear in our airport static display with the exception of the Canberra, which is only making a fleeting visit to the airport either before or after flying in the air display will be in the airport static display.
- RN Merlin (Airport and Park Static)
- RN Lynx (Airport and Park Static)
- RN Sea King (Airport and Park Static)
- Polish Navy Bryza 1R (Airport Static only)
For those coming to Jersey both Lancasters will be arriving on Wednesday 10th and departing on the Friday 12th September and will be at our airport static display on the Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with the vast majority of the other aircraft taking part in the display. The static admission charge is £5 or less for an adult and £2.00 for a child.We are still looking at a number of additional aircraft for the flying display should additional sponsorship be forthcoming.
The air display is free to view but we ask everyone coming to purchase a copy or two of our full colour souvenir programme, which is an essential element in funding the air display. The cost is £5.