RAF International Air Tattoo

From £169.95 Duration: 2 Nights Arrival date: Friday 19 July 2019
Hotel: The Britannia Hotel - Bromsgrove Reference: 9306Z 3
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Bromsgrove Hotel & Spa

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Large, modern hotel handily placed just a couple of miles from the M5 and M42, and an easy gateway to the beautiful Cotswolds, historic Stratford upon Avon, Worcester's Elgar Trail and the 'Black & White Village' of Herefordshire.

It offers a relaxing escape with a great range of leisure facilities including a fully equipped gym, indoor swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and steam room. (Please note the use of these facilities may incur an additional charge)

Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas and guests and can enjoy two complimentary 20 minute sessions per day.

Your UKBreakaways break includes...

* Dinner, bed & breakfast accommodation
* All bedrooms with private facilities, colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities
* SAVE on parking fees and hassle!
* FREE COACH TRANSFER to/from Fairford

RAF International Air Tattoo

The World's Greatest Airshow

Few events can rival the intensity, drama and spectacle on offer at the world's greatest airshow. The Air Tattoo, one of the UK's premier outdoor events, returned for 2018 on 13-15 July to mark a very special occasion, the centenary of the Royal Air Force. As well as commemorating the past achievements, also celebrated the present and helped to inspire the future of the RAF.

A record crowd of 185,000 people enjoyed a feast of flying at the 2018 Air Tattoo, marking the Royal Air Force's Centenary at RAF Fairford.

In total, 302 aircraft, from 43 air arms representing 30 nations attended the airshow, of which 121 took part in the flying display.

Among the flying display highlights were a number of unique flypasts. A special tribute to the legendary 617 'Dambusters' Squadron saw the iconic Lancaster bomber from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight fly in formation with the squadron's current aircraft, the Tornado, and the RAF's new state-of-the-art F-35B Lightning II. Another flypast featured nine RAF Typhoons in formation, as part of centenary celebrations.