Ireland’s Air Corps will colour the skies above the Liffey at 11am today

  • Display at 11am
  • Preparation for Foynes Air Show Saturday & Bray Saturday/Sunday

Casa PC9s in rehearsal for Bray air show, picture by Michael Kelly

Ireland’s Air Corps aerobatic display will fly over the River Liffey at 11am in preparation for Irish Aviation Authority weekend

Five Air Corps PT-9 aircraft will fly in close formation over the city centre, leaving a smoke trail over the river.

To mark the IAA’s aviation weekend, air shows are taking place in

Foynes on Saturday and Bray’s 12th annual air display on both Saturday and Sunday.

Over the weekend, 40 aircraft and 12 jets are set to take to the skies. with displays from the Royal Jordanian Falcons, the Catalina, the Swedish Air Force Historic Flight and  England’s Spitfire and Seafire.

Last year 140,000 attended Bray Air Display.

Bray Air Display flight director Sé Pardy is calling for anyone who is planning to attend the event to use public transport and arrive early.




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