Air Tattoo Ticket T&Cs Key Points
Please be aware that RIAT 2018 will have significant differences to previous shows due to the scale of the event for RAF100. Specifically, a large proportion of the car parking will be off-base on grass and that the flying display may be different on each day to allow all those that contribute aircraft to take part.
By purchasing an Air Tattoo 2018 ticket, you agree to the terms and conditions HERE.
In particular you are reminded of the following:
Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets are not for re-sale. The Ticket Holder shall not sell or attempt to sell this ticket to any third party.
The Ticket Holder acknowledges that the Showground is subject to strict security arrangements and that the Organisers may carry out security checks.
The following items may not under any circumstance be brought onto the Showground and Park & View areas: drones, explosive substances or materials, pyrotechnics, offensive weapons, firearms (including replica or toy firearms), projectiles or similar devices; placards, flags, banners, signs, brochures and leaflets intended for distribution to the public; megaphones, amplifiers, loud speakers, lights or laser pointers; paint, chemicals, spray cans and other associated apparatus; bicycles, barbecues, birds or animals (including any within vehicles in the car parks) except assistance dogs and any other item which, in the opinion of the Organisers, may cause personal injury or property damage, disruption to RIAT 2018, public nuisance or inconvenience, offence or distress or security risks.
The flying of drones or small unmanned aircraft is prohibited in or around the airspace of RAF Fairford. Article 239 of the Air Navigation Order grants the Air Tattoo Restricted Airspace between Tuesday 10 July and Monday 16 July to allow safe conduct of the event and contravention of that would constitute a criminal act.