The Red Arrows will once again return to Rhyl this August for the town’s annual air show.
The world-famous RAF aerobatic display team have headlined the two-day event since it was launched in 2009 – this year, the Arrows enter their 53rd year of display at air shows across the UK.
This year’s air show, being held on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th August, will also feature the Dakota, the Spitfire and the Hurricane – the full programme, featuring a whole host of civilian aircaft, is set to be announced in the coming weeks.
Denbighshire County Council’s head of facilities and assets Jamie Groves said: ”The Red Arrows are a huge favourite with visitors to the Rhyl Air Show. The Air Show is always an important date in our calendar and I’m certain that this year will be no different.
”The show brings in tens of thousands of people on to the Promenade and provides a huge boost to our local economy, with those visitors spending money in our shops, restaurants and hotels”.