Noise junkies, aircraft enthusiasts and families looking for a fun day out should head to the Durban Airshow on Saturday 13 July 2013, where a diverse array of aircraft never before seen will do their thing on the Virginia Airport runway.
Two P51 Mustangs (the world’s most recognised World War Two warbird), the ‘Queen of Hearts’ and ‘Mustang Sally’, will be tipping their wings at the crowds visiting the airshow. A north American T-2 Buckeye will also make an appearance. A big screen televising camera footage from the Buckeye's cockpit will add an exciting new dimension to this showcase.
Organisers are still working on more aircraft and shows to add to this year’s showstopping event and details will be revealed closer to the time.
Airshow organizer, John Neilon, said, “There will be a greater variety of shows this year with four unique displays per hour throughout the day giving our spectators non-stop aviation entertainment. Other exciting lifestyle elements in the grounds will provide further fun for the whole family to enjoy.”
Adults - R100
Kids (under 12) - R50
*Family of 4 - R250.00
*Family of 5 - R290.00
*Family packages will only be available online and pre-booked.
Tickets will be available at www.kznwinterairtour.co.za or can be purchased on the day. For more information email email@example.com or visit ww.kznwinterairtour.co.za
The Durban Airshow will be preceded by six other airshows to be held throughout KwaZulu-Natal as part of the KZN Winter Air Tour:
Newcastle - 1 June 2013
Mkuze - 8 June 2013
Ulundi -15 June 2013
Richards Bay - 22 June 2013
Pietermaritzburg - 29 June 2013
Margate - 6 July 2013
Durban - 13 July 2013