The dates for the 2022 Clacton Airshow are Thursday 25th and Friday 26th August with a twilight display taking place on the Thursday only.
Swooping over the seafront at around 2.30pm, the fast jets will kick-start the day’s flying programme, which continues with displays from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at 2.45pm and the Red Arrows from 3.15-3.45pm.
Welcome to Clacton 150 Anniversary Flight information page! Below you will find some key information to help with your visit. More information can be found at C150 FAQS The Clacton 150 anniversary flights will feature the RAF Red Arrows and Battle of Read More
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Tune in to BBC Essex to hear commentary of the Clacton 150 Anniversary Flights.
The Clacton 150 Anniversary Flights will replace the usual annual Clacton Airshow as whilst we would have loved to have organised a full flight display line-up and ground event this year, unfortunately due to COVID-19 restrictions throughout the planning stages this could not happen. Read More
Whilst we would love to bring you a full Clacton Airshow line-up and ground event this year, unfortunately due to COVID-19 restrictions throughout the planning stages this couldn’t happen. However, this year’s event will be replaced by the Clacton 150 Anniversary Flights. Read More
How to enjoy the open water safely:When you’re ready to try the open water, follow these tips from Nick Fecher, Water Safety Delivery Support at the RNLI: ‘It’s important to remember that things can go wrong in the water at any time Read More
Commemorations are being planned to mark Clacton’s 150th anniversary. The year 1871 is seen as the founding of modern Clacton when a group of businessmen built the Pier and Royal Hotel to spark the creation of a new holidaymaker resort, with the Read More
RAF inspired gifts for your loved ones or simply a treat for yourself this festive season! All proceeds from the sale of these products support the Royal Air Force Museum. For more information log on to www.rafmuseumshop.com