February Update for Wings Over Illawarra 2021
February 25, 2021
While Australia has been fortunate enough to weather the Coronavirus storm better than most countries, events across the nation have been hit hard over the past 12 months, with almost all large events becoming casualties, and Wings Over Illawarra was no exception.
With the vaccine roll out beginning nationally next Monday 22nd Feb, State and Federal health authorities are saying this should see the beginning of the end of what has become the norm over the past year. All are predicting a very different end of 2021 with expectations of starting to return to a pre-pandemic way of life, something we are all looking forward to.
With dates for Wings Over Illawarra 2021 set for November 13th and 14th, a month after the expected completion of the national vaccination program, we are extremely confident of a post-pandemic, trouble free event…. perfect timing.
Air Force 2021 Centenary
With 2021 marking 100 years of service by the Royal Australian Air Force, the Wings Over Illawarra 2021 flying display will be themed around Air Force 2021 Centenary celebrations and will be a show not to be missed.
New Additions to Wings Over Illawarra
In addition, 3 new major attractions that were planned to be introduced in 2020 will form part of the 2021 event.
- NSW Drone Expo – A showcase of the latest and greatest in drone technology along with some amazing flying demonstrations, including the Australian Defence Force drone racing teams.
- Oz Flight Sim Expo – The the only flight simulation event in Australia, offering flight simulation enthusiasts of all ages the opportunity to get up close with some of the most impressive displays and product demonstrations.
- General Aviation Precinct – Providing the public an opportunity to interact with the general aviation industry, view products, ask questions and see up close the affordable and recreational side of aviation.
Grab your tickets now!!
Flying Display 2021
The 2021 air display will also feature some of your all-time favourites, including the return of Connie to the line-up, currently the world’s only flying L-1049 Super Constellation. Also making their usual appearance will be the classic WWII fighters of Spitfire, Hurricane, Mustang, Kittyhawk and the FockeWulf Fw-190.