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Here we list breaking news and a 'Traffic Light' system that reflects the status of communications between Scampton Airshow and military and civilian aircraft operators regarding their potential participation.

An amber light appears when we enter into discussions about potential participation. When we receive written confirmation from a country's air arm or civilian operator a green light appears. When a light flashes it means there is additional information or another confirmation from that country. Countries or air arms that are not participating are listed below under a red button. 

Latest Update: 28/04/2017

Hangar 11 confirms its P-51D Mustang and P-40 Kittyhawk in the flying display, for both days of the airshow.

The Catalina Society has confirmed that G-PYBA will be attending Scampton Airshow as part of the flying display.

Our first international aircraft confirmation! The Belgian Air Force confirms that their F-16 Solo Demo Team will be taking part in the flying display at Scampton Airshow. Display pilot Tom 'Gizmo' De Moortel will be flying the display in his third and final season.

The RAF confirms its flying participants for the first Scampton Airshow! The Red Arrows will be front and centre throughout the weekend. The Battle of Britain Memorial flight will pay tribute to the pilots and airmen of the Second World War, with the Lancaster providing an especially poignant display at the home of the Dambusters raid in 1943, alongside four Spitfires The modern Royal Air Force will be showcased with Flt Lt Ryan Lawton performing a powerful display in the Typhoon FGR.4. The RAF Falcons parachute display team will also be performing their high precision canopy work for the Scampton Airshow crowds.

Air Arm Current Status  
Belgian Air Component Confirmed Confirmed
Civilian Confirmed Confirmed
Royal Air Force Confirmed Confirmed

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