Shoreham Tragedy

Our deepest condolences to all those affected by yesterday’s terrible events at Shoreham Airshow. Our thoughts are with the families and friends of those who lost their lives or were injured and remain in hospital.

We will only know the full details of the incident involving Hawker Hunter WV327 once the AAIB has done its work, but there are likely to be consequences for the airshow industry in the UK, and globally, as a result. Safety is the primary concern of all involved in the aviation industry, including the restoration and preservation movement, and we will respond to any consequences in the appropriate manner.

In the meantime, again, our thoughts go out to all those affected by yesterday’s events.

Thank you.

4 thoughts on “Shoreham Tragedy”

  1. like to say well written letter .I am worried about the aviation world at the moment knowing the press like to over react .all ready one paper is saying should airshows be stopped

    1. Thanks for your comment Andrew. Yes, there has been a good deal of over-reaction from the media over the past week. Let’s hope it calms down and some rational thinking takes over…

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