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With the Royal International Air Tattoo taking place last weekend, the 18-19 th July, there is a large amount of content to catch up on in order to fully review the event from all angles. In order to do this fully I will be writing up a review about four different elements of the show, the static display, international flying participants, UK based military participants and the large warbird contingent that was present in 2015. I will conclude this will a final synopsis showcasing my photographic highlights of the show, coming before the end of this week.

One thing that sets the Royal International Air Tattoo apart from other British airshows, is the static display, which allows people access to a variety of aircraft on display. For 2015, a large variety of UK based and international participants were on display, ranging from helicopters, to fast jets and transport types.

The Royal Air Force, contributed a variety of types to fit in with the ‘Securing the Skies – Past, Present and Future’. This included a number of Eurofighter Typhoon’s, a pair of which were wearing VI and XI anniversary markings respectively. Alongside this, a number of RAF Tornado’s were on display, representing the 35 th anniversary of the Tri-National Tornado Training Establishment, with IX Squadron also supplying their specially marked anniversary jet.