Experiences

Exhibitions stands

Once reservations for exhibition stands are received , aircraft on static display, etc., will be posted on this page. All aircraft participating in the Air Show will also be on static display, unless otherwise indicated.

Like 2017, we will try to get as many different exhibition stands as possible. Besides this, it will be possible to buy drinks and food, as well as opportunities for the smallest to jump in bouncy castles, FUN-JUMP 4 in 1 Bungy-Trampolin, facepaint and much more.

Want to be a pilot or flight mechanic?


There will be several flying schools that educate pilots and TEC which educate flight mechanics in the exhibition area. So if that's something that you are thinking about you should definitely make it a visit. Make a booking for a test flight.

Twilight Airshow

The twilight Airshow in 2017 was a success and will be repeated on Friday night. The gates will open at. 17.00 where it is possible to see the aircraft that have already arrived. There will be limited opportunity to buy food and beverages and not all exhibitions stands will be set up. The evening ends with fireworks. See the show program on the Airshow page. A guaranteed great experience.

 

Meet the display pilots

If you want to ask questions and get the autographs in your programme and shake the hands with a pilot or need to know how a Spitfire flies, proceed to the place where the last display aircraft is parked. The crews will generally be available to meet the public up to 30 minutes after they have completed their display. We cannot garantee that all display pilots will be available

Trans Am cars


And why is  Trans Am Club Denmark participating in the Air show?
The explanation is, that Pontiac and Trans Am cars was and still is one of the most favorite cars that pilots all over the world want to drive. See and hear 10-12 Trans Am of which one is Denmark's fastest car with 1000 hp.


WW2 touch

Roskide Airshow has aircraft from WW2 participating also because it is 75 years since the D-day. Besides this, there is entertainment with music from the 40s and the participation of Big Red One from Sweden and WW2 Yanks from Denmark, which is a bunch of WW2 enthusiasts as in the form of "living history" trying to reproduce life as an American soldier, for the period from 1941 to war's end in 1945. You can meet them and their equipment in our exhibition area and next to the scene in the dining area, when there is entertainment.

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