Royal International Air Tattoo
OverviewFew events can rival the intensity, drama and spectacle on offer at the world's greatest airshow. The Air Tattoo, one of the UK's premier outdoor events, returns next summer on 13-15 July and will be marking a very special occasion in 2018, the centenary of the Royal Air Force. As well as commemorating the past achievements, we'll also be celebrating the present and helping to inspire the future of the RAF.
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Access Card NotesAccess Card Holders can book into the Accessable viewing area and those with a +1 Symbol Can Request a free carer upon booking with proof of card.
Royal International Air Tattoo Top Road, Kempsford, Fairford, Gloucestershire, South West, GL7 4EG
Phone: 01285 713 456
Through Event Mobility Charitable Trust we will be providing electric scooters and manual wheelchairs for the use of disabled, elderly and mobility impaired visitors to the Air Tattoo. The pick-up/drop-off points will be located in the Red and Green Car Parks close to the Customer Entry Points. To book visit eventmobility.org.uk, email email@example.com or contact the office on 01386 725391 to request an advance booking form. Mobility Scooters: £25 Manual Wheelchairs: £10
The Accessible Viewing area is located on the crowdline in the Blue Zone, next to the FRIAT Enclosure and is approximately; 30 minutes by foot from the Yellow Customer Entry Point 20 minutes by foot from the Red Customer Entry Point 5 minutes from the Blue Customer Entry Point 10 minutes from the Green Customer Entry Point. The Customer Entry Point is where tickets are checked and access is gained to the showground from the car parks. There is a Showground Shuttle Bus Stop (Bus Stop 3) within a 5 minute (approx) walk from the Enclosure. There will also be golf buggies available to transfer people with mobility difficulties from the Bus Stop to the Disabled Enclosure.
Access To Toilets
There are disabled/accessible toilets in each toilet block on the showground. There are also disabled/accessible toilets and a High Dependency Unit (HDU) in the Accessable Viewing Area. If you have not booked into the accessable viewing area but need to use the HDU at any time during your visit to the Air Tattoo please speak to the staff there. If you have your own RADAR key please bring it with you.
All disabled visitors attending the Air Tattoo on a paid for adult admission ticket on Friday 13, Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July are entitled to bring one PA/Carer free of charge. The PA/Carer concessionary ticket must be requested when placing your order. A child (or children) with a disability must be accompanied by a paying adult. Please note there are no PA/Carer concessions available for Park & View or for any of the public enclosures on the showground.