Final preparations have begun for the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, The Red Arrows, and their headline performance at the fourth annual Great Pacific Airshow, which will take place Oct. 4 – 6, 2019.
The Red Arrows have saved the best airshow for last and are making their way to Huntington Beach for their Southern California debut after a successful US and Canadian tour. This is their largest North American tour to date, and American audiences have been anticipating their arrival with excitement as the final countdown begins to this performance.
A vital part of the Red Arrows’ tour to North America is the mighty Airbus A400M Atlas transporter. This massive machine, with its four turboprop engines producing 44,000 horsepower, can carry more than 22 tons of equipment and people and provides both tactical and strategic airlifting capabilities during times of crisis and peace. The A400M will only perform “flypasts” at a few select airshows during this historic tour. Don’t miss its final performance at Huntington Beach.
“The British are on their way and we are weeks away from what could be our best show yet. This year, we have even more jets and exciting demonstrations that audiences are going to love,” said Kevin Elliott, airshow director and CEO of Code Four, operators of the Great Pacific Airshow.
In addition to the Red Arrows, the Royal Canadian Air Force Snowbirds demonstration squadron will be returning to the Pacific Airshow.
For those aviation fans who want to see the Red Arrows, the Snowbirds and the other airshow action up close, the Great Pacific Airshow has several premium ticket options. The Flight Line Club features hosted food and bar, enhanced audio and premium viewing. The Drop Zone offers food and a variety of beverages for sale and is located close to the water. Pier Seating is also an option. All tickets are now on sale at https://pacificairshow.com/tgpatickets.
Voted by fans as one of the top ten airshows on USA Today’s 10 Best list, millions are expected to attend to this year’s show to see first-hand the jaw-dropping precision of the Royal Air Force jet team, the Red Arrows, and the returning Royal Canadian Air Force’s Snowbirds. Other performers include the US Air Force F-35 Lightning II demo and A-10C Thunderbolt II demo, Lucas Oil Airshows’ Mike Wiskus, Jeff Boerboon in the one and only Yak 110, the SOCOM Para Commandos jump team, Red Bull Air Force, Greg Colyer in the “Acemaker” T-33 Shooting Star, and more.
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This article was released by The Great Pacific Airshow.