The RAF100 Aircraft Tour is a free public display of iconic aircraft and will be in Birmingham until Monday 27th August.
The tour includes a range of aircraft covering the RAF’s history, from WW1, to WW2, to the Cold War, to the modern age.
You are able to get up close to a selection of aircraft and meet members of the Royal Air Force in an interactive STEM/Techno Zone and learn more about how we’re creating the next generation Air Force.
• Location: Victoria Square
• Open on Saturday 11am to 6pm – Last admittance is at 5.30pm
• Open on Sunday and Monday 9am to 6pm – Last admittance is at 5.30pm
• In order to enable quick passage through security checks, visitors are strongly encouraged not to bring bags with them.
• Dogs (other than assistance dogs) will not be allowed into the Tour exhibit.
• Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
• The entire Aircraft Tour venue is a no smoking and no vaping area.
Download the RAF100 Flypast App and learn more about the aircraft on display.
There’s also an educational zone focussed on aviation and aerospace activities, designed to encourage interest and participation from young people.
SAC Evelyn Parsons from Princess Mary’s RAF Nursing Service talked to us at the Birmingham #RAF100 Aircraft Tour about why she joined the RAF as a nurse.
The tour is open today until 6pm and on Monday from 9am. pic.twitter.com/kTzT4bufU0
— Royal Air Force (@RoyalAirForce) August 26, 2018