OPENING TIMES

Friday 31st August 2018
9am – 5pm

(no official airshow / re-enacment battle on this day)

Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September 2018
9am – 5pm


TICKET PRICING

ADVANCE
TICKET SALES

Tickets can be purchased in advance. Click here for more information. Thereafter, tickets CAN ONLY be purchased at the Show entrance on the day!
Download the booking form here

ENTRY PRICES
Sat 1st & Sun 2nd Sept 2018
(Cash only on the gate)

Adult £18.00
Children (under 16yrs)
£7.00
Infants (up to 2yrs)
FREE
Family Ticket
(2 adults & up to
3 children)
£50

World War II Veterans (Passes will need to be acquired before
31st July 2018
)

FREE
With Pass

STRICTLY NO CARD PAYMENT!

VIP TICKETS
Tickets can be purchased in advance up to Friday 17th August 2018.

Adult £60.00
Children
(5-15 yrs)
£30.00
Children
(2-4 yrs)
£15.00
Infants
FREE

For more information and a booking form please "click here".

SCHOOL DAY & GENERAL PUBLIC
Friday 31st August 2018

Adult £10
Children £3.50

 

The show begins in ....

The Victory Show Ciosby supported Charities


Hispano Buchon 2 seat G-AWHC

SEE DISPLAY BRIEF AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE

Hispano HA-1112-M4L “Buchon” G-AWHC is the sole surviving variant of two 2 seat aircraft built by Hispano Aviacion in Tablada, Seville, in 1954. Given the serial number 40/2 the aircraft was operated by the Spanish Air Force from 1954 until the retirement of the type in late 1965.

Not too long after retirement the aircraft was saved from an inevitable demise by Group Captain Hamish Mahaddie who was tasked with locating aircraft for the filming of “The Battle Of Britain” in 1967. All 27 “Buchons” used in the filming were swiftly made airworthy again and painted in Luftwaffe colours of the Battle of Britain period. With a want for absolute authenticity an “ace” from each Air Force was drafted in to ensure that tactics used during the filming were appropriate for the period. For the RAF Robert Stanford Tuck, and for the Luftwaffe Adolf Galland, two truly remarkable pilots who became great friends during the process. So much so that towards the end of the filming they went flying together in G-AWHC to “compare notes” which, to the best of my knowledge, would be the only time an RAF and a Luftwaffe Ace have flown together. The aircraft was moved to Texas after the film and lay dormant there until being moved by Air Leasing LTD to the UK for restoration.