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Thu, Dec 15, 2022

Airshow London is on for 2023

Snowbirds, Raptors, and More in the Heart of London

Airshow London is back for 2023, bringing out some banner performances for their 5th drive-in show. 

Both the Canadian Forces Snowbirds and the United States Air Force F-22 Raptor demonstration team have signed on to perform in London, breaking the news with the release of their 2023 performance schedules. The two teams are only some of the bigger household names (for aeronautical enthusiasts, at least) set to perform in London, with many more from North America on track to make appearances of their own. Airshow London will also have a rare chance to see a variety of aircraft parked at the event, thanks to the show's venue at the London International Airport.

“We are proud to continue to be recognized as an established premier air show and have the opportunity to host the Canadian Forces Snowbirds and F-22 Raptor demonstration team as we aim to provide our attendees with an unmatched experience airside,” said Gerry Vanderhoek, director of air operations for Airshow London. “We continue to advance our innovative drive-in event and look forward to showcasing SkyDrive once again."

This will be the 4th year for Airshow London’s somewhat unorthodox drive-in format, which has continued to maintain its popularity since coming into effect. Airshow staff have set their sights on guest experience improvements, adding food trucks, vendors, STEM activities, and extensive, interactive ground displays. Tickets for the September 8-10 show are now on sale, and cover vehicles holding up to 6 passengers.

FMI: www.airshowlondon.com 

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