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The Victory Show Starts in

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Opening Times

Friday 8th September 2017
9am – 5pm

(no official airshow / re-enacment battle on this day)

Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th September 2017
9am – 5pm

Ticket Prices

**ADVANCE TICKET SALES**

Tickets can be purchased in advance up to 30th June 2017. Click here for more information. Thereafter, tickets CAN ONLY be purchased at the Show entrance on the day!
Download the booking form here

Entry Prices

Sat 9th & Sun 10th Sept 2017
(Cash only on the gate)

Adult £18.00
Children (under 16yrs)
£7.00
Infants (up to 2yrs)
FREE
Family Ticket
(2 adults & up to
3 children)
£50

World War II Veterans (Passes will need to
be acquired before
31st July 2017
)

FREE
With Pass

STRICTLY NO CARD PAYMENT!

VIP TICKETS

Tickets can be purchased in advance up to Friday 25th August 2017.


Adult £60.00
Children
(5-15 yrs)
£30.00
Children
(2-4 yrs)
£15.00
Infants
FREE

For more information and a booking form please "click here".

School Day &
General Public

Friday 8th September 2017

Adult £10
Children £3.50
the victory Show Charities  

Jungmeister

The Jungmeister first appeared around the 1936 Berlin Olympics and subsequently dominated world aerobatics for several decades......

The Bucker Jungmeister burst onto the aerobatic scene in the mid 1930’s and quickly achieved legendary status, becoming unbeatable in competition due to its unrivalled handling characteristics and agility. A descendant of the famous Bucker Jungmann, the Jungmeister was designed at Rangsdorf, near Berlin, as an advanced single seat aerobatic trainer. From the 1936 Berlin Olympics onwards, this classic biplane swept the boards at every International

competition. One of the first aeroplanes was ferried across the Atlantic in the Hindenburg airship to compete in events round America, such as the 1937 Cleveland Air Races. The Jungmeister went on to spearhead the rapid growth of the North American airshow scene and quickly captivated the aviation world with its barnstorming performances. Even the Smithsonian Museum paid eventual homage to the Jungmeister by hanging an original from the roof, in typical inverted attitude, as a permanent tribute.

The throaty roar of a 185hp Warner Scarab radial engine and the evocative period colour scheme of the 1937 German State Flying Association, coupled with a powerful smoke system, makes this Jungmeister an eye catching airshow performer. Exhibiting grace and power, it performs a series of elegant manoeuvres close to the crowd, including a demonstration of the signature flicking ability of this renowned aeroplane. Compact design and precise handling means the Jungmeister can perform close to the crowd at all times, in permanent view, without the need for zoom lenses or binoculars! It is also a photogenic addition to any flight line display.