ENNISKILLEN AIRSHOW 2007-SUN 24th JUNE!!

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ENNISKILLEN AIRSHOW 2007-SUN 24th JUNE!!

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Personally i think this is a stupid idea!!!!! :( :(
Why dont they :( just team up with The Salthill Airshow and make it more interesting. :shock:
Why the hell is it the same day????? :( :(
This is disappointing. :( :( I've to choose between galway and this now....
Galway has more single girls i heard on the radio yesterday so that's that :(
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Enniskillen was decided last year well before christmas! Better looking girls in the north so I think :) The same is probably going to be at both anyways like when the red arrows are finished in Enniskillen they will go on down to Galway right after their display to perform there.

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Are the Red Arrows going to be at Salthill? I thought they werent? :?

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The Hawk and Harrier have been withdrawn and are not displaying, I personally think it has to be Salthill to see the Thunderbirds which is bound to impact on the attendance in Enniskillen

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Jasus, that makes it a hard choice on which one to attend. Enniskillen is usually a good one, but then again as is Salthill. Ahh sure, we'll see how it goes.

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Well I imagined that they would have going to Salthill too?? :? Well the distance is a factor too. Like people who live near Enniskillen are going to go to it instead of Salthill and the people who live near Salthill are going to go there so personally I doubt that there will be a huge impact on either. 8)

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The Air Show is on SUNDAY 24th June.As for the Red Arrows,they are not scheduled to appear at Salthill - only Ekn, and Portrush in September.

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Also,
If you intend to travel to Enniskillen via Air to the airshow then you will be required to book a slot on the day of the show.

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G-JOYT wrote:Well I imagined that they would have going to Salthill too?? :? Well the distance is a factor too. Like people who live near Enniskillen are going to go to it instead of Salthill and the people who live near Salthill are going to go there so personally I doubt that there will be a huge impact on either. 8)


I think they will travel to Salthill to see the USAF Thunderbirds, its a once off for Ireland and ive heard there are more acts yet to be confirmed for the Airshow in Salthill...And besides Salthill is FREE,just look at the line up:


Flying Display
US Air Force Thunderbirds Aerial Demonstration Team
Irish Air Corps Pilatus PC-9M
Irish Air Corps CASA CN235-100MP Persuader
Irish Air Corps Eurocopter EC135P2
Irish Air Corps Agusta Westland AW139
Royal Air Force Shorts Tucano T.1
Royal Air Force Grob Tutor
Royal Air Force Eurofighter Typhoon
Coast Guard Sikorsky S-61N
Royal Netherlands Air Force AB412
Irish Army Parachute Display Team - The Black Knights
Aer Arann ATR-72-500
2Excel Display Team - The Blades
US Air Force Learjet C-21

Static Display
Royal Air Force Merlin - Merlin HC.3
Royal Navy Westland Sea King MK.4
Irish Air Corps Eurocopter EC135P2
Irish Air Corps Agusta Westland AW139
Royal Netherlands Air Force AB412

Ground Display
Irish Army Weapons Display
Civil Defence

Ships and Boats
Irish Naval Service
Civil Defence
R.N.L.I.


All that for nothing? See you there!

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Each show has their pro's and cons... But Salthill is closer to me, so i'll be going there and I don't care much for the USAF Thunderbirds, 2excel are the main reason i'm going.. and the solo display of the Grob Tutor. Each to their own taste.

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It's the Civil Defence that swung it for me...
Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast.

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Sorry I posted in the wrong thread see Salthill

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I have just read on the Red Arrows official site that they had to abort mid-show TWICE this season already due to infringements of the RAT (Restricted Area Temporary),whilst they were performing!!! :evil: :evil:

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