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Bournemouth Air Festival: here we go!

Regarded as the UK’s most successful civilian air show with brilliant day and night time entertainment in the skies, on land and in the evening, the 12th Air Festival opens today!

For details visit bournemouthair.co.uk or follow the team on social media #bmthairfest.

David Bailey Chairman of the Tourism Industry’s Destination Management Board for Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole said: “This is an important festival not only for Bournemouth but for the rest of the conurbation. This year it is estimated to generate in excess of £20million to local economy, as part of an annual tourism spend of over £1.2 billion”.

Jon Weaver, Air Festival Director, BCP Council said: “We can’t wait for the festival – we have worked really hard on the line-up for 2019. Its international and loud, everything festival goers love and ask us for year after year!  We’ve programmed four days of great, free entertainment for residents and visitors and we hope everyone has a great time!

For those that can’t wait for the flying display line up the Air Festival brochure is available to pre order online from bournemouthair.co.uk, and the flying display line up, available with each brochure, can be accessed early July.

A quick, easy and efficient way to travel to Bournemouth is via South Western Railway. Trains regularly run from London Waterloo and takes as little as 1hour 46mins to reach the UK’s premier seaside resort, home to the UK’s Best Beach (TripAdvisor 2019).

For more information, offers and special discounts visit  southwesternrailway.com

A quick, easy and efficient way to travel to Bournemouth is via South Western Railway. Trains regularly run from London Waterloo and takes as little as 1hour 46mins to reach the UK’s premier seaside resort, home to the UK’s Best Beach (TripAdvisor 2019).

For more information, offers and special discounts visit southwesternrailway.com.

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