Biggin Hill Airshow!


Biggin Hill Airshow

I had the pleasure to be invited to this Airshow and had an amazing day.

On the ground our 1940’s village will feature vehicles, re-enactors, entertainers and artifacts of the time both military and civil will give those that attend a true insight into the time when the future of Great Britain was in serious doubt, in the air we will see Spitfires and Hurricanes in a choreographed re-enactment of an aerial engagement.



We saw many old planes ( from 1933), the airshow was amazing with the Red Arrows flying in formation, stunts from the Red  Bull plane, stunts from 2 Navy Helicopters, saw the Spitfire, Hurricane and a Messerschmitt flying. We even chatted to the nice German Pilot of the Messerschmitt just after he landed.



We enjoyed vintage tea and listened to 50’s boogie / swing music.

A rally of oldies, vintage  and brand new sports cars ended in the ground. Amazing cars….

We had a smashing day!

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46 responses »

  1. It looks like you had lots of fun Ute and these are stunning shots! I love that sign. Mine would say : ‘Make coffee – not war’. LOL!

    Great share! Thanks. 😀

    • You recognized the Tesla, an amazing car… my son wants one… well he needs a mortgage first 🙂 We could just look at the cars but that was so great, oldies and brand new ones in one go!

  2. Pinkies up!
    I’ll drink to making tea & not war. 😉

    Sounds like you had a great time.
    I know that I would have enjoyed this outing & the music too!

  3. Danke Ute, für die schönen Fotos!

    Wow! Was für eine Zeitreise! Trotz all der beeindruckenden Maschienen gefällt mir am Besten das Schild: “Make Tea Not War”. – Jetzt habe ich durst auf Tee. ❤

    Alles Liebe,

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