This year’s event will see the Bray Air Display team up with the Irish Air Corps who are celebrating 100 years of Irish military aviation. There will also be an opportunity to see the the world-famous Red Arrows, RAF's iconic Lancaster, Spitfire and Hurricane planes during their Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. With a funfair, food and craft village and more also on offer, there'll be plenty to occupy families both in the air and on the ground.
It's 2-days of action & entertainment with the weekend kicking off Saturday, July 23rd with ground entertainment from 12 noon daily followed by the airshow on Sunday, July 24th at 2pm. These are approximate times and subject to change. There is an official practice day on Saturday, July 23rd 2022 ahead of the main #BrayAirDisplay on Sunday, July 24th 2022 with some aircraft activity throughout the day.
While the Bray Air Display is a free family weekend, for those looking for an extra special airshow experience this year you can also checkout the flight deck package. The Flight Deck experience includes:
- Access to a private outdoor enclosure away from the hustle and bustle
- Complimentary car parking within walking distance to the Flight Deck enclosure
- Complimentary drink on arrival
- Delicious BBQ lunch
- A grandstand seat in the heart of the action
- Souvenir programme & lanyard
- Access to a private bar
- Private toilets within enclosure