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Cleared for take-off: dates announced for Air Waves Portrush

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McAuley Multimedia 5th September 2015...Portrush Co Antrim, with the rolling hills of Co Donegal in the background for the Red Arrows aerobatic display, as they opened Air waves 2015 on Sunday at Portrush Co Anrtrim. PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA
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Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is delighted to announce that Air Waves Portrush will return on September 1st & 2nd.

Firmly established as Ireland’s biggest free air show, the spectacular weekend event offers an unrivalled programme of entertainment both in the sky and on the ground, and is garnering a growing reputation as a business and trade showcase.

Looking ahead, the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council,

Councillor Joan Baird OBE, said: “Air Waves Portrush is one of our most popular annual events. With an enduring appeal it attracts huge visitor numbers and makes a contribution of over £2m to the local economy. This year, we look forward to delivering two-days of unmissable activity set against the beautifully unique location of East Strand beach.”

The STEM Village, with its focus on learning and careers, is one of the event’s stand-out ground attractions. Introduced in 2016, its growing range of exhibitors from the education, engineering and medical sectors will ensure it is more popular than ever before.

The much-anticipated flying schedule, along with sponsorship opportunities and corporate hospitality details, will be available soon.

Make sure you don’t miss out on any upcoming announcements by following Air Waves Portrush on Facebook and Twitter or go to www.airwavesportrush.co.uk.

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