In England, will be held a large-scale airshow

In England, will be held a large-scale airshow
In England, will be held a large-scale airshow
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On the south coast of England in the famous resort town of Bournemouth, which attracts tourists from all over Europe with its mild climate and beautiful sandy beaches, from 20 to 23 August will be a grand Aviation Festival. Last year, when aviafest was held for the first time, it gathered more than 700 thousand people and had such a huge success that it was decided to make it annual.

From the first time of the air show in Bournemouth it earned a great respect among professional flight teams, as well as pilots and air sportsmen, who take part in it for the prestige. According to the organizers of the festival this year it is expected to held a show of such famous teams as Yakovlevs (the group of acrobatic pilotage, flying on the Yak-50 and Yak-52), Red Arrows - the famous flight team of the Royal Air Force of the Great Britain, and the famous RAF Falcons (paragliding) and The Blades. There are also the legendary Team Guinot, performing acrobatic tricks on the wing of the plane. In addition, the viewers will be able to appreciate the other air shows with the participation of British, European and Russian planes, helicopters and gliders, will be shown even a multipurpose fighter aircraft Eurofighter Typhoon (EF-2000). All this will take place with the accompaniment of an orchestra of the British Navy, and in the evenings there will be shown a balloon show and a laser performance. In the evening of August 22 will be held a festive fireworks.

Bournemouth is a small city situated on the shores of the English Channel in the county of Dorset. Bournemouth is famous for its educational institutions (20 language schools and an international business college) and one of the best beaches in England, stretches for 22 km. Dorset Coast was recently awarded with the title of «World Heritage», putting it in the one row with the Great Barrier Reef and the Grand Canyon.

Date: 08/08/2009


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