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NI International Air Show

Portrush, County Antrim, BT56 8DG
three red and white planes flying together through the sky
  • three red and white planes flying together through the sky
  • a rescue boat cruises in the ocean while an air ambulance helicopter hovers above
  • a typhoon fight jet in the sky
  • four airplanes perform a synchornised aerial display in the sky
  • a boy wears a large helmet with a visor while working at game
  • a boy sits in the seat of an old airplane
  • spectators crowd the beach at the NI International Air Show in Portrush


The NI International Air Show for 2024 will provide an enhanced viewing experience for spectators and increased exhibition viewings.

The Coastal lands between Portrush and Portstewart will host ground attractions and spectators. The ground layout is more extensive, with multiple viewing points along the three mile stretch of the Borough's coastline.

This year's programme will include big impact aircraft, civilian aircraft, RAF and Naval assets, static displays from the armed forces and Ulster Aviation Society. 

On the ground, young people can learn more about careers in STEM, and the Ulster Museum and Aviation Space Tourism will also be in attendance.

Head to the Naturally North Coast and Glens Artisan Market to sample local produce and shop for take home gifts. Family fun can be enjoyed at the amusement areas, and you'll have the chance to catch some hilarious street entertainment and melodic live music performances.

Programme to follow!

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Season (7 Sept 2024 - 8 Sept 2024)

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