RAF Northolt is 100 years old, and will be hosting a centenary open day on 13th June, with a flying display, static aircraft, stalls and many other activities and demonstrations.
This is a rare opportunity to get a closer look at this extremely busy and important RAF station on the outskirts of London.
- 30 static and display aircraft
- 8 flying aircraft
- Various stands, exhibits and stallholders
- RAF Police Dog-Show
- Drill display from Queen’s Colour Squadron RAF Regiment
- Demonstration 621 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Squadron
- RAF Falcons parachuting display
I mentioned the anniversary earlier this year, and tickets sold out — but they have now released some more tickets.
The closest tube station is Ruislip Gardens, on the Central Line. The open day takes place on Saturday 13 June from 11am to 5pm.
Tickets cost £11.95 — book here
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