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High flying fun for all the family at Air Show

Photo Neil Cross
The Blackpool Air Show
Gyroplane

Photo Neil Cross The Blackpool Air Show Gyroplane

Crowds were blown away by the second day of the Blackpool Airshow - in all senses of the word.

While high winds threatened to halt the show, patience paid off and a plethora of planes, new and old, took to the skies over the Promenade to amaze onlookers.

Tens of thousands turned out to see Spitfires, Falcons and a Gyroplane perform acrobatics and stunts against blue skies.

Topping the bill, and closing proceedings was the Warton-built Eurofighter Typhoon, the world’s most advanced combat aircraft.

 

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