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Live stream takes Air Tattoo Global

Posted 27 June 2018 · Add Comment

This year’s Air Tattoo takes place around RAF Fairford, UK, on Friday 13, Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July – and if you can’t make the event, you can now watch it globally thanks to PlanesTV that will be broadcasting live.

 

One of the world’s largest military airshows will be staging a special international celebration of the Royal Air Force’s centenary with a range of exciting flypasts and aerial formations featuring current and historic RAF aircraft. More than 30 air arms from around the globe will be taking part from as far afield as Canada, Australia, Oman, Pakistan and Ukraine.  Highlights include displays by the MiG-21, F-35A, Typhoon, CV-22B Osprey, AMD Mirage 2000D, Rafale and Chinook and, of course, the Red Arrows.

You can watch from £10 by purchasing your live stream access on: https://watch.planestv.com/riat2018/

This summer’s Air Tattoo will feature a thrilling seven-hour flying display, featuring fast jets, aerobatic display teams, helicopters and giant transports.

Tickets give access to live broadcast and also a video on demand replay until midnight on Sunday 22 July.

 

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