Air Show Media Releases
31 January 2017
The Board of the Greater Yarmouth Tourism and Business Improvement Area (GYTABIA) has decided to postpone the Great Yarmouth Air Show due to take place in June 2017.
GYTABIA Chairman, Gareth Brown, said: “It is extremely disappointing that the air show cannot happen this year. This decision has been made due to significantly higher than anticipated additional costs of more than £130,000 associated with counter-terrorism measures and medical cover for the air show. As with any event of this scale and ambition, it is vital to take as much time as necessary to put the required measures in place to ensure the event will be safe, that it is a success and that the benefits for everyone are realised.”
25 October 2016
A company which helps everyday life tick in the Great Yarmouth area is flying in to help sponsor the resort’s new air show. Norse is the first platinum sponsor of the Haven Great Yarmouth Air Show being held on June 15th to 18th 2017.. The Norfolk-based company, which has a £250m-plus turnover and employs more than 10,000 people, is a major provider of services in the Great Yarmouth Borough – from refuse collection to school transport.
22 September 2016
A major new air show for East Anglia has been cleared for take-off with the backing of a national holiday company. Leading UK family holiday company Haven, which operates 36 holiday parks across the UK, will be the main sponsor of the Great Yarmouth event taking place in June 2017. The resort is staging its first ever four-day air show from June 15 to 18, creating an event which will be one of the biggest in the region – attracting up to 300,000 people and an estimated £10m boost for the economy.
21 June 2016
Great Yarmouth, one of the UK’s top holiday resorts has announced the dates for its first ever air show. The Great Yarmouth Air Show will take place between 15 and 18 June 2017 and is ready for take-off to be one of the biggest events in East Anglia. Organisers aim to stage an all-action event which will attract up to 300,000 people and give a £10m-plus boost to the local economy in its debut year. It is being staged by Greater Yarmouth Tourism and Business Improvement Area Ltd as part of its drive to bring more visitors and spending power to the borough.