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What You Will See2018-10-09T10:01:22+00:00

Aircraft and Exhibits at Warbirds Downunder 2018

Warbirds Downunder will be returning to the Warbird Airshow scene in 2018. Warbirds Downunder 2018 will encompass both an evening airshow on Friday October 12th 2018 and a full airshow programme on Saturday October 13th 2018. Warbirds Downunder 2015 saw the largest gathering of Warbird Aircraft Australia has ever seen, and the 2018 show promises to be just as impressive – with the possibility of some added extras.

Gates open on Friday at 12pm with the flying program set to commence at 3pm through to 7pm, and on Saturday the gates will open at 8.30am with the flying to commence at 11am through to 4.30pm.

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Confirmed aircraft for the 2018 airshow include:

Spitfire Mk XVI, Spitfire Mk VIII, Cessna A-37B Dragonfly, Lockheed Hudson, CA-13 Boomerang, DH-82A Tiger Moth, Ryan STM, Ryan PT-22, CA-16 Wirraway, Gloster Meteor, Cessna O-2A, Hurricane, P-51 Mustangs, P-40 Kittyhawks, Cessna O-1 Birddogs, Winjeels, CT-4s, T-28 Trojans, Southern Knights Aerobatic Team, Harvards, Russian Roolettes, Super Constellation, Catalina, Caribou, Yaks, Nanchangs, TBM Grumman Avenger, RAAF Roulettes Demonstration Team, RAAF Hawk, RAAF F/A-18 Classic Hornet, RAAF C-17A Globemaster, and RAAF E-7A Wedgetail.

Static Displays include: RAAF PC-9 Roulette, RAAF C-130J Hercules, RAAF Hawk, RAAF F/A-18 Hornet, RAAF C-27J Spartan, Boeing Stearmans, Avro Cadet, English Electric Canberra, RAAF Sabre, DH-115 Vampire, Austers, Cessna 190, Cessna 195, Twin Pioneer, Bell 47, CT-4 and Air Force Simulator Experience.

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