The Royal Australian Air Force will conduct a series of flying and static displays at the Serpentine Air Show which marks the Centenary Celebration of Australia’s First Official Air Race taking place at the same location 100 years ago.
Air Force is supporting the Serpentine Air Show with flying and static displays by No 100 Squadron DH.82A Tiger Moth and a CA-25 Winjeel historic aircraft and the Air Force Balloon static display. The Air Force aerobatic team, the Roulettes, will provide a flying display with up to six Pilatus PC-21 aircraft from the Central Flying School at RAAF Base East Sale.
Noise reduction and the environment are vital considerations in the planning and conduct of military flying.
More information on the event can be found on the Serpentine Air Race website and our Events page.
Further information about the participating aircraft can be found on our Technology page.