Thousands of people descended on Barry Island and Barry Waterfront for the resort's Wartime Weekend event, which this year featured displays by the Red Arrows and a Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Dakota.
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In addition, John is also hoping to get a fly-past of the Battle of Britain memorial flight Dakota aircraft.
TWO World War Two Lancaster bombers taking part in displays as part of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight will bypass Wales.
The famous air display team will be performing on the first day of the Southport Airshow next Saturday, part of a fabulous weekend of displays including the Vulcan (on Sunday only), the Eurofighter, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, and the Miss Demeanour Hawker jet.
Many thanks to Anthony Parkinson MBE from the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Team who flew the aircraft in three passes over Normanby, see picture below.
We will also visit the Battle of Britain Memorial flight at RAF Coningsby to have a close-up view of the Lancaster, Spitfires and Hurricanes.
A Mark X1X spitfire flew over the historic twin towers of the 183m dam followed by the Lancaster, both from the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.
It is a source of great pride, not only for all of us on the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight who work tirelessly to ensure that our wonderful aircraft continue to take to the sky, but also to the Royal Air Force and, indeed, to the nation.