Yeovilton Air Day 2018

RNAS Yeovilton, Somerset.

The annual Royal Naval Air Station (RNAS) Yeovilton International Air Day in Somerset will take place on Saturday 7 July 2018. Up to 40,000 visitors are expected to visit the Royal Navy's premier public event at the spiritual home of the Fleet Air Arm.
RNAS Yeovilton International Air Day will demonstrate the Maritime Capability and Air Power not only from the Royal Navy but also our sister services - the British Army and the Royal Air Force in their centenary year - and our NATO and European allies.
Our aim is to display, either flying or static, the world's most capable pilots and their aircraft. It is a fantastic opportunity to see some outstanding equipment and meet our professional personnel in a family-friendly environment.
Alongside the magnificent five hour flying display there will also be a huge array of ground attractions, from engineering fairs to the latest defence technology exhibitions, Service displays, trade stalls and arena displays. For the thrill seekers there will be simulators, fairground rides and helicopter pleasure flights to enjoy.

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Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
ADULT - DAY TICKET £24.00 (£24.00) Transaction fee applicable *
CHILD - DAY TICKET £7.00 (£7.00) Transaction fee applicable *
Under 16. Children under 4 years go free.

* The transaction fee is £2.50 for Standard Delivery.

Please note that this fee is per transaction and not per ticket.

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The RNAS Yeovilton Air Day aims to be as accessible as possible to ensure everyone can enjoy the event equally.
The site is planned out so that the majority of ground attractions are reachable via hardstanding routes.
There is plenty of grass areas where you can set-up a picnic and enjoy the flying display and disabled toilets are available in each toilet area.
We also understand that some Air Day visitors, who require mobility assistance (wheelchair, scooter, crutches, etc), may be attending on their own or with an accompanying carer.
To make your visit more comfortable the MAVE is a free of charge outside enclosure (no shelter) on hard-standing along the crowdline.

Other facilities include:

- Private toilets

- Tables and chairs

- Naval Personnel and Cadets who on hand to assist, if required.

- Enclosure wristband to enter and leave the Enclosure as you please during the day.

Spaces are very limited and subject to availability. Pre-booking is essential to avoid disappointment by completing the form here
Access is restricted to the visitor and ONE carer only.

We also strongly urge you to read our Access Statement on our website to ensure you can make an informed decision on the suitability of the event for your needs.