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The Victory Show Starts in

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Opening Times

Friday 8th September 2017
9am – 5pm

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

Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th September 2017
9am – 5pm

Ticket Prices

**ADVANCE TICKET SALES**

Tickets can be purchased in advance up to 30th June 2017. 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 9th & Sun 10th Sept 2017
(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 2017
)

FREE
With Pass

STRICTLY NO CARD PAYMENT!

VIP TICKETS

Tickets can be purchased in advance up to Friday 25th August 2017.


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 8th September 2017

Adult £10
Children £3.50
the victory Show Charities  

Hawker Hurricane Mark I, R4118

Hawker Hurricane Mark I, R4118, was delivered new to 605 (County of Warwick) Squadron at Drem on 17 August 1940. During the Battle of Britain it flew 49 sorties from Croydon and shot down five enemy aircraft. After being battle damaged on 22 October 1940, the aircraft was rebuilt and taken on charge by 111 Squadron at Dyce on 18 January 1941.

There it was flown on patrol over the North Sea and was again in combat.

In December 1943, R4118 was crated at Cardiff and shipped to India as a training aircraft. However it was never needed and remained in its packing case in Bombay until 1947 when it was struck off charge. It was donated to a university for engineering instruction. The fuselage was stood outside in a compound with the propeller, wings and tailplane laid on the ground. There it remained until June 2001 when Peter Vacher was able to conclude six-year-long negotiations and R4118 was loaded into a container. The aircraft has now been restored to flying condition.