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PUBLISHED: 13:41 19 June 2009 | UPDATED: 13:58 10 October 2012

Head to the Cotswolds for two days of flying fun

KEMBLE AIRPORT will be buzzing this weekend with the annual air show.Gates

open at 08.00, the display starts at 11.00, lunch is from 12.30-14.00

and the afternoon display runs from 14.00-17.30 (on both days).Tickets cost £18.50 per day for Adults (£25 on the day). Children (6-16) £5 (same on the day). Under 5’s freeIf you want to fly in rather than go by car please book a landing slot online at!OpenFormNormal Kemble landing fees apply (payable on the day) and Air Show tickets can be bought on landing. Pilots

will not have access to their aircraft once the flying display has

started as they will be parked "live side". For departure, pilots

cannot leave before 1800hrs local (after the last flying display item

has finished).See more at

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