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Sea Vixen confirmed for Cosford Airshow


The world’s only flying de Havilland Sea Vixen will be making an appearance in the flying display at the RAF Cosford Air Show on Sunday 11th June.

Operated by Navy Wings, Sea Vixen G-CVIX is based at RNAS Yeovilton, and flies in her authentic 899 Squadron colours.

Air Show Operations Manager Peter Reoch, said: “The Sea Vixen is one of the most popular aircraft on the UK air display scene and will be a highlight of the six-hour flying display on Sunday 11th June. For those of you that love the noise and rumble of fast jets, this will really hit the spot. The line-up for the flying display is now nearing completion, but there may still be one or two surprise additions to announce!”

With the Air Show only five weeks away, and tickets selling fast, organisers are encouraging those wishing to attend to purchase their tickets soon. Tickets, priced £25.00, are currently available from the website below and selected retail outlets including the RAF Museum. Accompanied under-16s enter for free. The RAF Cosford Air Show is an advanced ticket only event, and tickets will not be available on the gate.

Photo: Rich Cooper / RAF Cosford Air Show

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