Red Arrows, Canadian Snowbirds and F4 Phantom fly-in to support Aerobility’s Armchair Airshow

Wednesday 26th May 2021

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  • Red Arrows, Canadian Snowbirds and F4 Phantom fly-in to support Aerobility’s Armchair Airshow

Aviators from around the world are coming together in support of disabled flying - giving their time to participate in Aerobility’s Armchair Airshow 2021, which will livestream on Saturday, 29th May at 14:00 hrs BST.

The line-up is impressive with The Red Arrows being joined by The Royal Canadian Air Force’s display team, The Snowbirds, Rich Goodwin’s Jet Pitts, The Memphis Belle as well as Spitfires from the Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar and more.

There is even exclusive access to the workshop building the world’s fastest electric aircraft.

The show will also deliver exclusive interviews and aircraft tours from the Imperial War Museum Duxford as well as a brand-new footage from the RAF’s Typhoon Display Team.

Guests joining the show to share their insight and experience of the world of aviation include three-time US National Aerobatic Champion, Patty Wagstaff, land-speed record holder and F4 Phantom pilot, Andy Green and Jessica Cox, the world’s first armless pilot.

Mike Miller-Smith, CEO at Aerobility, said “The Armchair Airshow is once again bringing live aviation direct to livings rooms everywhere, whilst at the same time changing lives by raising funds to ensure anyone with any disability can learn to fly. We are humbled by the support of the aviation community and cannot wait to share the event on Saturday.”

You can watch the show live via

You can follow @Aerobilty on Facebook and Twitter to receive Armchair Airshow updates.


B-17 Memphis Belle (left) and The Red Arrows will feature in the Airshow 




Marcus O’Shea,  Head of Fundraising, Marketing & Communications at Aerobility  


About Aerobility    

Aerobility is a leading disabled flying charity based at Blackbushe Airport, Hampshire, UK. It represents the needs of disabled people whatever their aviation needs and aspirations and it offers anyone, with any disability, the opportunity to learn to fly and to participate in aviation-based activities. It does this to drive focus on capabilities and encourage the individual to ask themselves ‘If I can fly an aeroplane, what else can I do?’. This has the potential to improve the quality of life and life opportunity for disabled people including the wounded, injured and sick members of our Armed Forces Community.  


About London Biggin Hill Airport

London Biggin Hill is the only dedicated business aviation airport within the capital and is already home to more than 70 resident aviation businesses.

Located just 12 miles from central London, is designated UK Port of Entry, offers award-winning VIP handling, a choice of FBOs, extensive hangarage, support and aircraft maintenance services.

An exclusive six-minute helicopter transfer service to and from the heart of the capital makes it the fastest transfer of any London airport.

There are very few places in the world other than London Biggin Hill where aircraft operators and support companies can conduct all aspects of their business operations, management and maintenance at the heart of a global city and with the confidence in their ability to expand and develop over time.

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