Around 80,000 to attend Bray Air Spectacular

Some 80,000 spectators are expected on Bray seafront next Sunday as the Bray Air Spectacular 2012, the largest free air show in the country, takes to the skies.

14th July, 2012
Around 80,000 to attend Bray Air Spectacular
Black Knights Defence Forces Parachute Team Captain James Cahill with the Sbach 342 aerobatic aircraft that he will fly in next Sunday's Bray Air Spectacular. Photo: Barry Cronin

Some 80,000 spectators are expected to gather on Bray seafront next Sunday as the Bray Air Spectacular 2012, the largest free air show in the country, takes to the skies.

The public air display, which is non-revenue generating, is the main event in the five-week-long Bray Summerfest. Top Irish and international aviation acts will carry out aerobatic loops, pirouette spins, knife-edge rolls and nose-down spiral descents over a two-hour period above Bray seafront.

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