Probably the best little air show in the country

Relive the 19th of June right here…

The best, and safest, viewing position for the Air Show will always be at the Airport. If you chose to view from any other position, outside the Airport, please act responsibly and take care of your own safety: Do not put yourself in harms way by standing on roads, or under or close to the flight path. It is best to avoid viewing from the Display (Eastern) side of the Airport.

Remotely Piloted Vehicles, Drones, and Radio Controlled Aircraft:

Please note that under CAA Regulations Remotely Piloted Vehicles, Drones and Radio Controlled Aircraft cannot be operated in the vicinity of Airfields and Airports. This is for obvious safety reasons and we would urge you not to bring your Aircraft, Drone, or Remotely Piloted Vehicle to the Air Show; this includes devices or machines that you might ordinarily consider to be toys.


Whirlwind HAR Mark 10

*** STOP PRESS *** A late addition to the display line-up at Welshpool.  The last flying Westland Whirlwind HAR Mark 10 Helicopter will be here. In its famous yellow rescue livery ours will be their... Read More

Fairey Swordfish

Although by all normal standards it was already obsolete at the outbreak of WW2, the Fairey swordfish remained in operational service throughout the whole of the war, gaining the distinction of being the last British... Read More


Yes, WW2 bomber, Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, the “Sally B” will be displaying at Welshpool Air Show this June 19th. This iconic aircraft, the last airworthy B-17 in Europe is perhaps best recognised for its... Read More

Messerschmitt Bf109

For the first time, the air show will have an Axis aircraft from WW2 displaying. A Messerschmitt BF109, the infamous front-line fighter weapon of the Luftwaffe will be making an appearance. And again, this machine... Read More


Those who witnessed last year’s finale by the RAF Typhoon will never forget it.  If ever an aeroplane was said to snarl, then this is it.  Yet somehow it is the word “aeroplane” that doesn’t... Read More

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight

Since their formation in July 1957, The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight have completed thousands of displays and tens of thousands of fly-pasts; proud to represent the nation’s aviation heritage. They are a large Flight... Read More

Team Raven

The Raven Display Team will be displaying at Welshpool again for 2016. They stood in at the last minute last year, and we so enjoyed what they did, we asked them back. Flying a mix... Read More

Breitling Wing-Walkers

Formation wing-walking – how nuts is that? Yes, the world’s only aerobatic formation wing-walking team will be strolling around the skies above Welshpool this June. UK based AeroSuperBatics have been specialists in display flying for... Read More

Aviat Husky with Bob Pooler

We all know Bob Pooler at Welshpool.  Firstly he’s a regular at the airport bringing his Slingsby Firefly to fling around our sky with willing pupils learning the fine art of aerobatics.  This year he... Read More

1927 Lea Francis K Type

Lea Francis were a Coventry based manufacturer, who began making bicycles in 1895, and producing their first motor car in 1903. The K Type was built from 1925 until 1928. Over 300 K Types were... Read More

Silver Stars Parachute Display Team

The Silver Stars, in existence since 1963 the team is made up of a mix of regular and reserve soldiers, from Private to Major and based all over the UK.  They pride themselves on jumping... Read More

Lauren Richardson

Lauren Richardson, 28 years old and one of the top aerobatic display pilots in the UK. She flys a beautiful and iconic modified Pitts Special aerobatic biplane, both as an airshow pilot and as a... Read More