Displays for 2024 are yet to be announced however, here is what we saw in 2023:
Rolls Royce Spitfire and Mustang display – sponsored by MRL Productions
Firebirds – sponsored by Rose Builders
de Havilland Vampire – sponsored by Black Jacket Group
Jett Pitts – sponsored by Intergence
AutoGyro – sponsored by Lifehouse Spa & Hotel
Beech Staggerwing Pair – sponsored by Fisher Jones Greenwood Solicitors
The Firebirds – sponsored by Rose Builders
Followed by fireworks at Clacton Pier.
Flying Regulation Notice: “Restrictions of Flying Regulations have been established under Article 239 of the Air Navigation Order 2023 between 12.30 hours (local) and 21.00 hours (local) on 24th and 12.30 hours (local) and 17.00 25th August 2023. As such no Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems shall be flown at this location (or other location description) without the permission of the Clacton Airshow Flying Display Director, TSA Consulting.
Drones at the Airshow: Unauthorised drones are banned at the event. Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are strictly not allowed to be flown at the event site. Please be aware that unauthorised drone operators will be prosecuted and is against the law for any of these craft to be flown within the Restricted Airspace to protect participating aircraft and display teams. Flying displays will be cancelled if unauthorised drones are flown during this time.