Friday 26 December 2014

Aerial daredevils all set for take-off

Published 19/07/2014 | 02:30

Pictured is a Hawker Hunter jet doing a practice run over Bray ahead of Sunday's Bray Air Display 2014. Photo credit: Joe Keogh.
Pictured is a Hawker Hunter jet doing a practice run over Bray ahead of Sunday's Bray Air Display 2014. Photo credit: Joe Keogh.

THE air will be dark with Vampires, Ravens and Black Knights when the country's largest free air show gets under way over the weekend.

The Vampires of the Norwegian Air Force Historical Squadron, the Black Knights Defence Forces Parachute Team and aerobatic pilots from the Ravens are ready for take-off tomorrow in the Bray Air Display in the Co Wicklow seaside town.

A record-breaking 85,000 spectators turned out last year to enjoy the show.

Sé Pardy, the Display Director from Simtech Aviation, said: "This year's display is the most family-friendly yet, with lots of spectacular aerial action for visitors of all ages to enjoy."

Irish Independent

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