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Bray Air Display Attracts Red Arrows, Spectator Boats Welcome But Must Stay 230m From Display Line

9th May 2016
Bray Air Display organisers are asking spectator boats to remain 230 metres from the display line Bray Air Display organisers are asking spectator boats to remain 230 metres from the display line Photo: Pat Lanigan Ryan

The Royal Air Force Red Arrows display team will fly over Bray in County Wicklow this summer. The renowned aerobatics team will participate in the Bray Air Display on Sunday, July 24.

The free show attracts over 100,000 people to the town each year and is popular with the east coast boaters who get a unique vantage point afloat off the Bray coast. It is expected to be larger than ever this year, and, as always, a great family day out. Boats are welcome to attend the event and event organiser Se Pardy has been in touch with Afloat to asking skippers attending the display to remain 230 metres from the display line as illustrated above.

This is the first time that the famous Bray event will be held over two days starting on Saturday, July 23rd.

The Bray Air Display is run by Bray Summerfest with the endorsement of Wicklow County Council. The IAA is a sponsor of the event. Performers include aerobatic display experts from Ireland, the United Kingdom and Europe.

As well as attractions in the air, visitors will be able to enjoy static aircraft displays on the ground and interact with pilots and crew members over the weekend of July 23 and 24.

 



 

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