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Midland Air Festival 19th & 20th May 2018

A wonderful start to the display season at the first ever Midland Air Festival at Ragley Hall. Blessed with perfect weather for both days and a lovely country house setting made a great weekend. Over 80 full size balloons and many other aircraft displayed giving the crowd a treat and us lots of fun

2017 Turb Season Review High Lights

From Wings and Wheels events to weddings, from beaches to BBQs and from formatting with a helicopter to formation newbies, 2017 was a fun-packed year for the exuberant and much-loved Turbulent Display Team. Here’s a look back at the fun we had in our 58th year of display flying…

2017 began just as it should with some spit and polish for annual maintenance of the Turbs in late March. As Spring began the team took residence in their new home at Damyns Hall in Essex moving from Kent. Display practices kept the team busy in April with Stow Maries Wings and Wheels event seeing the Turb debut for the season in May in wonderful flying conditions. A sunny evening wedding display in Kent ended the month on a high.

Hot and humid training days in June included a BBQ or two and some great film footage captured by Damyns Hall resident videographer Paul Carpenter (see our Facebook page for the film). In July the team returned to Stow Maries for the Stow Maries At War event. Sadly the rain also made an appearance and much tea was drunk waiting for the weather to clear. Finally a full barnstorming display took place after the showers dissipated to an appreciative crowd - and event organiser!

In August the Turbs were privileged to kick off the air display for the 19th European Gliding Championships Opening Ceremony at Lasham Gliding Centre in Hampshire. We were blessed with stunning weather and treated to displays from warbirds, vintage gliders and glider aerobatics as well as our usual barnstorming fun. At the end of August a new engine was fitted to ARGZ, queue arguments from the pilots on who gets to fly it next...

In September the team travelled north to the Southport Air Show where we received a warm welcome. Stunning weather and chilly temperatures made for bracing but calm conditions after the long transit the day before overnighting at Manchester Barton. The Turb display had raving reviews on social media after the first day with one spectator commenting: “Thank you for your incredible yet very different display! We thoroughly enjoyed it. Please come back!

On the second day of the show the Turbs made a world first with a formation fly past with Otto the Helicopter much to the delight of the audience, organisers, and - of course - the Turb pilots! The barnstorming routine won the hearts of the crowd and many aviation photographers as the Team burst seven balloons and truly obliterated Chateau Le Turbulents. The transit home required dodging showers and the team took the route from Southport to Woodvale to Wolverhampton to Damyns Hall.

A beautifully sunny late September day made for a delightful Autumn Practice with the obligatory Tiger Club BBQ. A couple of the younger pilots flew through the hoop for the first time to much delight. In early December the team donned arctic hats for a spot of winter Turbing on yet another splendid sunny Saturday and we were joined by an aviation photographer who shot some great pictures for us - a great close to the year for the Turbulent Display Team!

Over the winter the team have been busy in the workshop rebuilding G-ARNZ. Read our news update coming soon but in the meantime head on over to our Facebook page for the latest photographs and videos of the project.

Sam Williams


Biggin Hill Festival of Flight, Saturday 11th Jun 2016

A classic case of good ol' British spirit this afternoon at Biggin Hill from the Turb pilots, ground crew and commentator with an entertaining barnstorming display just as the rain started lashing down!

A HUGE thanks to the fantastic crowd for their enthusiastic cheering and umbrella raising!

Great displays from our friends the Brietling Wingwalkers, Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar, Extra300 duo, Richard Goodwin Pitts Special and Catalina to name but a few. Photo courtesy of Lisa Harding

Stow Maries Evening Vintage Fly-in, Friday 10th June 2016

A truly lovely selection of aircraft flew in to Stow for the evening event.

Excellent stable conditions meant that the WW1 aircraft were able to fly to entertain the crowd followed by the Turbs with a full routine.

Thanks Susan Scofield for the excellent photo of the Turbs.



Stow Maries 14th & 15th May A Successful start to the 2016 Season

Winter re-emerged on the Saturday for our first display of the season which meant shoe-horning into a Turb with as much clothing on as possible.

A “Sporty” off-crowd wind made for a bumpy ride but we completed a full routine (without our usual target as a certain person left it in his garage!)

We landed to much cheering and clapping from the crowd - our first display of the season successfully completed.

Sunday was much warmer and, with less wind, we could display without all the Arctic clothing. Alan F remembered to bring the target which was just as well as I scored a direct hit and totally demolished the “house”! Another successful display.

Many thanks Stow Maries for your professional organisation and making the weekend such great fun. See you again soon.


May 2016 GZ Returns to the Fold

Following much work by Mike (with some help from the team), GZ returns for the 2016 season having gone through a complete refurbishment; and pretty fine she looks too!

Thank you Mike for all the work you have put in.





Woodchurch Steam Rally, August 2015

What a great pleasure it was for the Team to be back displaying at Woodchurch again and supporting the Weald of Kent Steam Rally. A really fabulous weekend meeting many friends old and new. Jules and Sam even got to drive a traction engine! In Jules words: “I’ve now found something that gets me even dirtier than messing about with aeroplanes!” It was also a pleasure for the Team to be supporting the Fly2Help charity over the weekend. More pickies to be uploaded to our gallery soon.


February 2015 – A personal message from Jules

Having been saddled with the job of Turb Team Manager for many years, I have decided it is time for me to hang up my hat and pass this task on to someone else. Mike Kemp has foolishly volunteered to take on this role for the coming season and, hopefully, for many more years to come. Good Luck, Mike!!

 I will still be flying with the Team (turbing is just too much fun!) so I look forward to seeing you at an airshow in the future.

 Happy 2015 everyone.



Stowe Maries January 2015

Happy 2015 to all of our friends.

Work is currently under way to get the Turbs all spik and span for the new season. Well done to all our volunteers for braving a very cold hangar!




Dunsfold Wings & Wheels August 2014

Fantastic two days at Dunsfold Wings and Wheels 2014. Sunday, we had a lovely off crowd wind making for very accurate balloon bursting to please the crowd at the end of the show. Great to spend time with our friends from the Tiger Freefall Display Team, Great War Display and Brietling Wingwalkers.

Photo by kind permission of Lisa Harding – great photo Lisa!!





July Cleethorpes 2014

A great 2 days of displaying along the beach at Cleethorpes in July. And a great photo, courtesy of Mick Emmett.






March 1st  2014 Pre season Maintenance

Some much-needed work on getting the Turbs ready for the season. Haven’t seen VZ look this clean in a long time! Our only hope is that we don’t get it too dirty again in all the mud on the airfield. 







January  2014 This year the Team celebrates  55 glorious barnstorming years!!!

2014 marks the 55th year of the Turb Team.  Since 1959, the Turbs have been an integral part of the Tiger Club’s famously colourful contribution to light aviation, during which time the team has brought the excitement of its energetic and flamboyant low-level displays to audiences at hundreds of airshows and events at home and abroad. 

Please come along to one of our displays this year and help us celebrate this milestone in our history.






January 2014

Check out this amazing article on the Turb Team


Merry Christmas 2013


May we wish all our friends and followers a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at displays in 2014.


Well done Colyn!!!

Congratulations to Colyn Randall for flying his 100th and 101st displays over the Bank Holiday weekend displays at Herne Bay.








SHOREHAM AIR SHOW 31st August - 1st September 2013

Report by Display Leader Richard Pearson

The Team departed Headcorn at 0830. Ground crew Alan, Mike and Sam were already at Shoreham awaiting our arrival.

The Saturday display was quite challenging with a strong cross wind. At one stage, one of the poles slipped on the muddy grass so some aircraft flew over rather than through the hoop. Balloons started bursting in the bag with only three getting a proper release. The strong wind added to our standard display time so with an already tight slot of 16 minutes including landing, we dropped the four line astern.

Discussing why the balloons had burst early, we identified that the bag had got wet with sea water at Herne Bay on the Monday. Our ground crew gave the bag a good rub down and turned it inside out for Sunday.

Sunday dawned perfect with light winds and CAVOK. Display Director Rod Dean did a rapid and professional brief. We were on at 11.17 so went straight into a walk through and prep after the show brief then took of on slot time.

The poles were vertical, balloons all released, seven out of eight burst and the crowd and cheered.

We departed for home just after 5pm. A fantastic well-run weekend at Shoreham. Let’s hope we visit again next year.

Thank you Barry Burston for the excellent photo.



Report by Display Leader Mike Kemp

It turned out to be a really glorious day after Saturday’s complete washout for Dunsfold Wings & Wheels. We departed Headcorn into the murk, with the cloudbase off the North Downs by a few hundred feet. We crossed the Thames from Sheerness to Shoeburyness - the long way - so I felt reassured we all wore life jackets! As we tracked up the eastern side of Southend we broke out into clear blue and glorious sunshine.

We landed at Stow Maries, where we tucked into poached eggs with bacon, toast, tea and cakes. Everyone took on fuel at Stow and after a couple of hours relaxing we departed for our first display along Herne Bay Sea Front.

 We arrived at Herne Bay a few minutes ahead of schedule and we ran in at 14:05 to entertain the sea-front crowd. The air was silky smooth with an onshore wind and no thermals around. We were able to do both flour bombing and balloons, surprisingly good bomb aiming was achieved on or near the moored dingy where our ground crew leader Alan was positioned, suffering a bit of sea sickness.

 A very pleasant but brief break between displays at Maypole went without problem just enough time for a cup of tea to depart for on slot at 15:15. Feedback from Herne Bay was very good and we’ve been invited back next year.


Vintage Fly-in at Stow Maries 11 & 12 May 2013

The Team flew to Stow Maries to entertain everyone at the Vintage Fly-in and Model Day. 2 beautiful days to start the season, however, it does get a bit embarrassing when some of the models are bigger than the Turb!!






Sad News – April 2013

Dave & JohnOn Monday 29th April, following a long illness, we said farewell to Dave Ray – a stalwart of our Ground crew for many years.  Along with brother John, who passed away last year, the “Ray” brothers were the backbone of our ground crew for many years.  I well remember when I first joined the Turb Team how well I was look after by these 2 gentlemen of the “old school”.  They are both sadly missed by the Team and the Tiger Club.

Thank you John and Dave for bringing a Ray of sunshine to the Team.



Practising  – April 2013

The weather having now changed for the better, we have had 2 wonderful days of practise at Stow Maries Aerodrome in Essex.  We are now ready for the opening of the season which, incidentally, will be at the Vintage Fly-In at Stow Maries, Essex on 11th & 12th May.  See you there.






Winter Wonderland – January 2013

Seven Club Members braved the icy conditions to get to the Club and take advantage of the snowy weather in true Tiger Club style.  This is the 4th consecutive year we have been snow-turbing.  Photo: Emma Reynolds







Season’s Greetings to all our Friends

Another year has almost passed and we say goodbye to another season of fun and frollicks. The Olympic Airspace restrictions and the appalling weather did not stop us from attending every show we were booked for this year. May we wish to all a very Merry Christmas and look forward to see you at an airshow next year.



September 2012: Wedding Day

Newly-wed Judith looks on as the Turb Team perform outside the church on her wedding day. Well, what do you expect if she marries a member of the Ground Crew! The Team all send their very best wishes for the future to Dave and Judith.


Saturday 18th August 2012: Ray of Sunshine, Old Hay Fly-in

This weekend scorching temperatures and sunny skies made for a great turn out at Old Hay Fly-In.

 We flew in formation the arduous 9 nautical miles along the railway line from Headcorn Aerodrome for a six-ship formation arrival with five Turbs and a Cessna 120.

We were in good company on the flight line with fellow display acts Tiger Nine, Trig Duo, Tiger Club Stampes and solo acts Fournier, CAP10, Extra300, Decathlon, Stearman and Cub. The BBMF Spitfire and Hurricane also displayed making for a fantastic mix of vintage and modern aircraft.

 Around 500 people braved the heat at the private air show for what was a special display for the Turb Team: We gave a flamboyant barnstorming display as we flew the display in memory of John Ray, former dedicated ground crew member for over 10 years who sadly passed away on Saturday. Thanks for sending us your ray of sunshine John. You will be missed.


Saturday / Sunday 11/12th August 2012: Barnstorming at home

Last weekend (Sat 11 - Sun 12 August) brought scorching sunshine to our home airfield Headcorn Aerodrome for the annual Combined Ops Airshow. The Turb Team had a HUGE amount of fun performing our traditional barnstorming display to entertain an energetic crowd of up to 6,000 each day.

Friends and family of the Turb Team joined the public to cheer on Alan, Jules, Richard, Glyn, Colyn and Mike fly the display in perfect conditions. Dave enjoyed his second show as Turb Ground Crew ably assisted by Nicolas Smith and the man with the duvet of balloons Alan Fuller of course! Keeping the crowd excited during the display was Sam on the commentary ensuring the Turbs got lots of applause from kids young and old.

There is nothing quite like displaying at our own airfield especially in the good company of solo displays such as Rob Davies in his Yak 11, Richie Piper in the Ryan PT and Will Greenwood performing a WW2 re-enactment in his Bucker Bestman.


Friday 10th August 2012:  Wedding Bells

A few months ago one of the Tiger Club members proudly announced he was due to be Father of the Bride at his daughter's wedding in Sussex. So on a sunny Friday 10th August we put on our dickie bows for a very special display as the Bride and Groom emerged from the church.

 Alan supported the display on the ground at the church in Sussex and apparently the wedding guests oo-ed and ahhh-ed in all the right places. In less than a month the team will be performing at our second wedding of the season for another Tiger Club member, who is also one of the Turb Team ground crew. Now where did we put the confetti?


Thursday 19th July, Turb Team fly in Olympic Torch formation over Kent

Copyright Alan FullerThe Turb Team was delighted to join the Tiger Club for a formation flypast of 14 Historic aircraft over Leeds Castle and Mote Park on Thursday 19th July, as the Olympic Torch travelled from Dover to Maidstone on Day 62 of the Olympic Torch Parade. Turb Display Pilots Julie Garside, Mike Kemp, Jonathan Wilkins and Colyn Randall flew at the back of the formation behind a Piper Cub, Cessna 120 (flown by Turb Team Leader, Alan Garside), two Bucker Jungmann biplanes, four Stampes and the Tiger Club’s famous Tiger Moth G-ACDC leading the formation. Joining the formation was a transponder-fitted aircraft, a Robin DR400, which included Turb Team ground crew member Sam Williams taking film footage and photographs. Supporting on the ground was head of Ground Crew Alan Fuller, who captured some wonderful ground-to-air shots of the formation.

Julie commented: “The Turb Team has been flying formation displays since the late 1950s so the opportunity to fly a large formation for the Olympic Torch was a real bonus and we had a HUGE amount of fun! Flying over thousands of people gathered at Leeds Castle was a truly memorable experience.


*** STOP PRESS*** Turbs join the Olympics!

The Turb Team will join in the Olympic celebrations this week with a Formation Balbo made up of vintage and modern aircraft for the Olympic Torch Parade in Maidstone. A Display practice takes place on Monday evening (16th July) at 1800 from Headcorn Aerodrome and the Display will take place on Thursday evening over Mote Park, Maidstone from around 1800. Photos to follow.


7-8 July: Tiger Club Garden Party and Tibenham Air Festival

The Team joined other vintage aircraft at Stow Maries Aerodrome on Saturday 7th July for the annual Tiger Club Garden Party. After a high-level formation display practice, we joined other Tiger Club members and friends for a tour of the WWI airfield to view the Grade Two Listed buildings currently being restored including the Royal Flying Corps Officer’s Mess and a recently-opened museum.

The torrential rain first thing on Sunday morning looked like we were destined to stay nicely tucked in the hangar at Stow Maries. By 1130 it began to look a bit more promising and, checking the weather on route at least for the 100th time, we decided to set off for Tibenham. Our route took us more to the north to dodge the really big showers but it didn’t stop us getting a bit wet before arriving at Tibenham in time for the display. A showery afternoon did not seem to dampen the Tibenham visitors’ spirits. We were lucky to have a short break in the rain and managed our display without getting wet again (which pleased the Ground crew immensely), ably assisted with a commentary from Sam to really get the crowd going.

The showers finally ceased and the sun came out for a beautiful formation flight back to Headcorn Aerodrome, just in time for a refreshing drink in the Wings Bar before sunset.

Thank you Stow Maries and the Norfolk Gliding Club for your hospitality over this damp but very entertaining weekend.

More photos of this weekend in the Gallery.

June 2012 

Sunny start to the season: Folkestone Air Show & Ham Street, Kent

Sunny skies welcomed the crowds at Folkestone Air Show on Saturday 2nd June for the Turb Team’s first display of the season.  Performing a special formation display adapted for use over the sea - where poles, balloons and flour bombing are not possible - the Turb Team entertained the crowds in blustery conditions between headline acts including the Red Arrows and Eurofighter Typhoon.

Flying directly from the coast to Ham Street Country Show, the Turb Team switched leaders from Mike Kemp to Glyn Richards for their standard barnstorming routine. Displaying after the Tiger Club’s Tony Richards in the CAP10 and Chris Jesson in the Stampe, the Turb Team had the locals cheering at the flour bombing and balloon bursting in true Turb tradition!

After a quick refuel at Pent Farm, the Turb Team flew in formation with the Tiger Club’s Stampes for a Jubilee Balbo finale to end the Folkestone Air Show.


May 2012 

Despite the good ‘ole British weather, we have managed quite a few practise days and all Display Authorisations have been renewed for the up-coming season. Contact Jules if you would like details and costs of our display./p>





April 2012 

Global Aviation Resource the online aviation magazine have written an article about the Turb Teams displays.






February 2012  -  Headcorn

TThe recent snowfall enable us to, once again, get the “ski-turb” out of the hangar for the 3rd year running. Clear blue skies on 11th February ensured a good view of the snow-covered countryside.






8th January 2012  -  Headcorn

Happy New Year to all our friends.

We are now taking bookings for the 2012 season. Contact Jules for details.


28th August 2011  -  Dunsfold


Sunny skies and a cheering crowd welcomed the Turb Team at Dunsfold Wings & Wheels on August Bank Holiday weekend. On Sunday the rain showers held off for the display, which provided some light relief from the Military acts including the 60th anniversary of the Hawker Hunters and the impressive RAF Hawk Solo display. On Monday an on-crowd wind made for challenging balloon bursting and an exciting display with a great reaction from the public. Dunsfold marked a number of milestones for the team including his first display away from home soil for new Ground Crew member Jack Prendergast, with his debut show at Headcorn IMPS earlier in the month; Jonathan Wilkins flew his fourth display marking a successful end to his first season with the Team; Samantha Williams joined Brendan O’ Brien in the commentary box while Colyn Randall flew his 71st display with the Team! Dunsfold marked an enthusiastic end to the Turbulent Display Team season for 2011.

1st March 2011  -  Headcorn, Kent

As we commence training for the 2011 season, we welcome Jonathan Wilkins to the Team. Jonathan commenced training late last year before the weather changed so we look forward to seeing him at his first air display later this year. We look forward to seeing you at an air show near you this year!




19th February 2011  -  Headcorn, Kent

The New Season is almost upon us!

Having had all the fun in the snow, it’s time to discard the skis and get out the rags and wax for a bit of spit & polish to get the Turbs all spick and span for the new season. Work on the Annuals stars this month and training begins in March. If you want to know where we are displaying this year, go to the “Where to see us” page – this will be updated on a regular basis. We look forward to seeing you at an air show near you this year! Jules

19th December 2010  -  Headcorn, Kent

Photo: Dave EvansA Sight not seen in 22 Years!!

On 19th December 2010, Team Pilots Alan and Julie Garside took to the skies in 2 Snow-turbs, a sight not seen since 1988 when the Tiger Club was based at Redhill, so a first for Headcorn. Thank you Dave Evans for the photo. Go to the gallery for more photos of the snow-turbs and other antics at the Tiger Club on this day.

Photo courtesy: Dave Evans;

This link takes you to a fantastic video taken by Sam Whatmough.

Jules in the Snowturb over Headcorn in Dec 2010.  Thanks to Alan Fuller, our Ground Crew Chief, for letting us share this on our website and for braving the freezing cold in the front of a Stampe to take the video./p>





3rd December 2010  -  Headcorn, Kent

The Snow-Turb Takes to the skies again!  The recent weather has, once again, allowed Tiger Club members the chance to experience flying off skis.  Only this time, we flew GZ.  We now have 2 turbs on skis so a turb formation over a snowy Kent is definitely on the cards for the next fall of snow.   Us pilots may be enjoying the snow but spare a few thoughts for our mascot, Max, who doesn't appear to be all that happy.  Don't be fooled by the sad face, this is after a mad 10 minutes chasing snowballs!!! -  Jules

 Why are YOU tired?

 12th September 2010  -  Lens Airshow, France

Well, what a fantastic end to the season!! No-one would have thought we would get there looking at the weather on Saturday morning. However, we set off in very murky conditions and popped out into beautiful sunshine mid-channel. An excellent reception awaited us on arrival plus a very nice evening in the hotel for all the participating pilots and the usual dignitaries. Saturday’s bad weather finally hit Lens overnight and we woke up to cloud and rain, however this cleared through well before the display started. We displayed at 4pm with our standard routine and landed to pick up the flags and taxi down the crowd line to re-fuel. The response from the crowd was incredible with the whole line waving and clapping as we went by. We very quickly got everything packed away for our trip back and taxied to the hold, the crowd heartily waving us good-bye. We left for home in much better weather than we went out, arriving back in plenty of time for Drinks at the Bell in the evening.  - Photo courtesy of Frederic Dubois

29th & 30th August 2010  -  Dunsfold

Despite a blustery crosswind and intermittent showers on day one of the Dunsfold Wings and Wheels, an enthusiastic crowd spurred on by a great commentary from the Tiger Club’s infamous Brendan O’Brien encouraged the determination of the Turb Pilots and Ground Crew to deliver an entertaining display on Sunday 29th August.  Day two brought sunny skies and a gentle 7kt northerly breeze setting the perfect conditions for a neat formation followed by dynamic flying through the hoop, flour bombing and balloon bursting ending in cheers and frantic waving from the crowd. The  Team has been inundated with praise from show visitors young and old via this website, Facebook and in person at the show from several display pilots with a bit of experience under their belt.  

Go to the Gallery – “We were there” for pictures from this event

28th July 2010  -  RNAS Culdrose

The turbs are now back at Headcorn after an epic journey to and from Culdrose. Tuesday saw typical British summer weather and we were delayed getting out of Headcorn. With a fuel stop at Popham we just managed to creep into Dunkeswell before the cloud hit the deck and it began raining. We were here for the duration! We managed to get out Wednesday morning and arrived at Culdrose with just 2 hours before we were to display. Our display went very well and we relaxed for the rest of the day and watched the show. Nothing like sitting on the display line with a Vulcan roaring over your head!!! Our trip home on Thursday in glorious sunshine over some of the most beautiful scenery in the UK made up for the bad weather on Tuesday. With fuel stops at Dunkeswell and Lasham, we arrived home in plenty of time for beer at the Bell. 8 hours flying - what an adventure for such little aircraft!


13th June 2010  -  Merville

Our first show of the season is now behind us, and what a great start to the season.  With a fairly leisurely trip across the Channel, we arrived at Merville and within a few minutes of landing, we had champagne glasses in our hands!   We were due to display at 1607 on Sunday and, right on time we had taxied up to the hold with flags flying.  We took off on time and went through our routine, putting in an extra balloon run.  A bit of a rush afterwards to get re-fuelled and ready for departure but we managed to get off at 1730 and enjoyed a very calm and pleasant crossing of the channel returning to Headcorn with the usual run and break.

A great weekend and a fantastic start to the season – photos are in the Gallery

17th April 2010  -  Turbs Over Gatwick

We could not believe our luck at the weekend when Gatwick ATC gave the all clear for The Tiger Club to fly a Balbo formation at 1,000ft over what is usually one of the busiest runways in the world. NO WAY were we going to miss this opportunity to fly over Gatwick!   Joining us in the formation were 3 Tiger Moths, 3 Stampes, a Midget Mustang, a Pulsar, a Piper Cub and a Bucker Jungmann - all flown by Tiger Club formation pilots.    What better excuse to have a Spring formation practice ahead of the busy air show season?   We finally persuaded Richard to take to the skies to take some photos of the fly-past from the air - you can see his fantastic results via the link below:



April 2010 

GZ get a new coat!!!

GZ takes to the skies again following refurbishment. She sure looks pretty now that the fuselage has bee re-sprayed.





18th February 2010 

Pre-season spit & polish!! ‘MZ’ takes to the air again following extensive work to convert to an electronic ignition system. With this work completed we now start on a bit of TLC on ‘GZ’ with a planned respray of the fuselage.



18th December 2009 

Once again the chaos caused by all the snow in the South-East, hasn’t stopped us from having some fun!!!  We took the opportunity of donning the skis for the second time this year.

May we wish all our friends and supporters a Very Merry Christmas and look forward to seeing you at an airshow near you in 2010!


The end of a great season

The end of the 2009 season has come and we look back on some exciting and enjoyable displays culminating in 2 Turbs joining a Balbo of 11 aircraft and flying over the old Croydon Airfield on 27th September to commemorate the closing of the Airfield 50 years ago.  But we won’t be stopping just because Winter draws on!!!  We will continue to partake of our aerial antics at Headcorn Airfield for as long as the weather allows.  Late Evening Balbos on a Sunday are a matter of course!!!  If you are anywhere near Headcorn, why not pop into the Tiger Club and say Hello, the kettle is always on . . .  

Watch this space for news of where to see us next year.