Up in the Air: Scotland’s National Airshow

Last updated 3rd January 2017

Now in its 50th flying season, the Red Arrows will lead this summer’s National Airshow in Scotland with their flying formations, rolls and loop alongside the RAF’s supersonic Typhoon.

Other legendary aircrafts in the show will be the Lancaster, the Hawker Hurricane and the Spitfire, which is known as the most accomplished fighter plane that was ever made. There will also be refreshments and activities for the whole family, including your chance to climb into the cockpit of an RAF Red Arrows Hawk in the RAF Village.

There will also be kids quad bikes, a bouncy castle, fairground rides, a clibing wall and storytelling, as well as an historic museum.

When? Saturday 26 July, 10am-5pm

Where? National Museum of Flight, East Lothian

Price: Early bird tickets available until 11 July only. Adult £17, cocession £15.50, child £8.50 (under 5s free), family (two adults, two children) £42.50

More info: Buy tickets at or at the gate on the day. Discounts are available for advance booking.