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IAA Public Notification: Flypast by RAF Red Arrows team participating in the Bray Air Display

23 Jul 2016

Ahead of the Bray Air Display, the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) wishes to advise the residents of Dublin City and its environs that the world famous RAF Red Arrows will carry out a fly past along the River Liffey at approximately 19:30 today, 23 July, in preparation for landing at Casement Aerodrome, Baldonnell.

For public information purposes the IAA wishes to advise residents that the aircraft will fly in formation and will create an audible signature across Dublin during their flights.

Eamonn Brennan, Chief Executive of the Irish Aviation Authority said, “We’ve a long history of supporting aviation activities that help promote the aviation industry so we are very proud to be the main sponsor of the Bray Air Display 2016 in the year of the Centenary of the Easter Rising. We are honoured to have the Red Arrows participate in this year’s Air Display.

Aviation has played a critical role in the development of the Irish economy over the last 100 years and it remains a key part of the Irish economic system, supporting over 40,000 jobs directly. Air displays are a really fantastic way of connecting people with the aviation sector and for creating an interest for future generations of pilots, engineers, and enthusiasts. We’re all really looking forward to it.”

The first day of the Bray Air Display takes place today starting at 12:00 pm. The IAA is the main sponsor of the Bray Air Display, which will feature 27 jets and 46 aircraft over the course of Saturday and Sunday.  The IAA is advising all those who hope to attend to arrive by 12:00 on each day and to use public transport.

For further information: www.brayairdisplay.com

For all media enquiries, please contact:

Alec Elliott 

Communications Executive | Irish Aviation Authority | www.iaa.ie
The Times Building, D’Olier St., Dublin 2 | M +353 86 822 3010 


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