Come to Wickenby Wings and Wheels 2011 on Father’s Day weekend, 18th & 19th June, to enjoy our airshow, open weekend and fly-in. There will be a large collection of aircraft, vintage cars and motorcycles on show, plus children’s entertainments, 4×4 off-roading, great food, and a separate ‘Fun of the 40s’ dinner dance on Saturday evening.
Flying will take place all weekend as we welcome an invasion of light aircraft from around the UK. Between 1pm and 4pm the airshow will include large model aircraft displays, and attractions such as the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, World War I mock dog fight, the iconic Tiger Moth, the amazing Breighton Collection, breath-taking aerobatics from Britain’s No.1 ranked pilot Gerald Cooper and much more! There will be gift flights available to purchase both days so why not have a go? Gates open at 10am – close at 5pm.
You can book day tickets online now by visiting our tickets page. Adult tickets are £10, and under 16s are £5. Under 8s receive free entry. There is free parking on site, and a limited number of camping spaces available if you book early.
Saturday evening’s ‘Fun of the 40s’ dinner-dance will take place in an authentic atmosphere wartime marquee by the old Control Tower. With swing-time music, hog roast, bar, dance floor and fund raising entertainment, the evening will have a party atmosphere to rival VE Day! Tickets for the evening are just £20 so book early to avoid disappointment – price includes hot carved buffet and strawberries and cream.
For directions to Wickenby Airfield please see our Visitors Page. We hope to have our air display schedule on line as soon as it’s confirmed, so bookmark our Air Display page and visit again soon!
If you would like to attend but have some special requirements then please contact us and we will help you as best we can.
Dogs are welcome on site, but please keep them on leads and clean up behind them.