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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA night time flying and fireworks spectacular is set to kick off this year’s Scottish International Airshow.The new look show will include aerobatic fun and excitement at the Low Green at Ayr seafront on Friday, September 2, and Saturday, September 3, giving more people than ever before the chance to see some incredible flying close up.The fun kicks off with a funfair and live music before the world renowned Aerosparx who recently took part in celebrations for HRH The Queen’s 90th birthday take to the skies with an incredible sky high pyrotechnics show.With some fabulous flying courtesy of the amazing Blades Aerobatic Team, and a live music tent, the Friday night programme for the Scottish International Airshow 2016 the first of its kind in Scotland will make sure festivities start with a bang.Saturday sees the return of the Royal Marines and the world famous Red Arrows, who proved a massive hit last year.Meanwhile, it will be the first appearance for the RAF Falcons Parachute team, who will show off their skills with a stunning aerobatic display.Lauren Richardson the British female aerobatic champion will also be making an appearance.Other Saturday highlights include the World War Two Battle of Britain Lancaster, Spitfire and Hurricane, as well as the loudest aircraft on the airshow circuit the RAF Typhoon.Doug Maclean, event manager for the show, said: “We’re very enthusiastic about what we’ve planned for 2016, knowing we will continue to excite and wow the crowds with some of the most amazing aircraft, pilots and displays they will ever see.READ:MORE FROM THE AYRSHIRE POST”The acts we have are truly world class and the fact they all want to take part in our event shows that the Airshow has continued to grow from strength to strength.”We’re very lucky to have some incredible sponsors, without whom the event simply couldn’t happen South Ayrshire Council, Event Scotland, Glasgow Prestwick Airport and Virgin Media and we are grateful for their support.”We’re also indebted to the thousands of people who come along and we’d encourage anyone planning a trip to the Scottish International Airshow to check out our great value packages.”While access to the Scottish International Airshow will continue to be free for both days, spaces in a number of exclusive premium ticketed areas will be available, offering the best seats in the house with access to toilets, refreshments and live entertainment.This includes, for the first time, a family enclosure with access to picnic tables, toilets, parking and baby changing. Disabled facilities will also be provided.(Image: Euan McCall/Ayrshire Post)For plane spotters and aircraft lovers, there are exclusive packages that give access to some of the best photo spots as well as an exclusive, up close photo session with some of the aircraft at Prestwick Airport.South Ayrshire Council the main sponsor and funding partner has contributed 120,000 towards the show.Alongside Prestwick Airport, it’s also supporting a Scottish International Airshow trade event on September 2. Council chief executive Eileen Howat said: “Last year around 120,000 people enjoyed the air display and demand has led to the addition of another day of flying and entertainment on the Friday..