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Organisers of the hugely popular Bray Air Display have confirmed that display teams from France and Sweden have been added to the already impressive event line-up.

 

Four aerobatic display pilots from the Patrouille Tranchant aerobatic display team will fly French ‘Fouga’ aircraft at the two day event - the first time that this type of aircraft will be displayed in Ireland. Joining them will be a team representing the ‘Swedish Air Force Historic Flight’ flying ‘Viggen’ and ‘Draken’ aircraft - another first for the Bray Air Display.

 

 

Spectacular footage of a practice parachute jump ahead of the #BrayAirDisplay with the members of the Irish Parachute Club

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The performers will be joined by the magnificent Red Arrows, Italy’s Frecce Tricolori, the heart-stopping Breitling Wingwalkers and our very own Irish Air Corp on a schedule to rival any international aerobaticdisplay.

 

Taking place on Saturday, 23rd and Sunday, 24th July , the free, family even place thanks to the support of the Irish Aviation Authority, Wicklow County Council and Bray.ie. all eyes will definitely be on the skies over Bray. 

 

“Bray Air Display 2016 is set to be our best event yet. We have been working really hard since last year to line up our most impressive event schedule to date and have succeeded in securing some of the world’s most remarkable teams to perform right here in Bray," Se Pardy, event director said.

 

 

"It’s great to have so many ‘firsts’ on the bill for this year – including the Fouga from France, as well as the Viggen and Draken aircraft from Sweden. We’re very much looking forward to welcoming them to Bray.”

 

2016 will be the 11th year of the Bray Air Display, which will include a packed schedule of aerobatic display teams from across Ireland, the UK and Europe.

 

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