RAFA Shoreham Airshow

Shoreham Airshow Update – 30/09/2015

The Shoreham Airshow ran a competition for a flight in a Spitfire before this year’s event. Under the legal terms of this we are obliged to announce the draw has taken place and the winner named.

He is Jon Edwards from Bognor Regis and he has been duly advised.

Shoreham Airshow Ltd

Shoreham Airshow statement – Updated 04/09/2015

We at Shoreham Airshow Ltd would like to thank the Air Accidents Investigation Branch for their hard work under difficult circumstances since the crash on August 22. We have studied the contents of the AAIB’s Special Bulletin issued earlier today and acknowledge that considerable further work will be required to determine the causes and contributing factors surrounding the tragedy at Shoreham.  It goes without saying that we will be continuing to provide the authorities with our full cooperation and support in their endeavours to find all the answers.  The report is an interim analysis and we will therefore wait to give a full response until the investigation is concluded.

As from the outset, our attention remains focused on all those who have been most directly and personally affected by the disaster.  Should anyone affected by the crash wish to access support over the coming days, weeks and months, please visit http://www.sussexpartnership.nhs.uk/shoreham-airshow-disaster-coping-and-moving-forward. We are also continuing to support local community events, details of which can be found at http://shorehamcondolence.org/community-events/.

Our thoughts, sympathies and prayers remain with all those affected by the tragedy, particularly those who have lost loved ones.

Shoreham Airshow Ltd




Shoreham Airshow statement – Updated 01/09/2015

We remain devastated by the tragic crash which occurred during this year’s Shoreham air show.

Our thoughts and sympathies continue to be with all those who have been affected by the terrible events of the weekend, particularly those who so tragically lost their lives and those who were injured, their families and loved ones.

We have been overwhelmed by messages of sympathy and support, both from the local community and further afield.  Over the past few days, we have joined fellow members of the local community in laying floral tributes and observing a minute’s silence to honour all those affected.  For more information on other local community events being organised to remember those affected, please visit http://shorehamcondolence.org/community-events/

Undoubtedly, it has been a difficult time for all those who witnessed the crash and its aftermath.  Should anyone affected wish to access support over the coming days, weeks and months, please visit http://www.sussexpartnership.nhs.uk/shoreham-airshow-disaster-coping-and-moving-forward

We have also received a number of enquiries relating to the refund of unused tickets. Whilst some ticket holders have requested a full refund, we have also received requests to deal with individual refunds by way of a charitable donation. Further information about the charitable work of the Royal Air Force Association can be found at www.rafa.org.uk  To find out more about the fund set up by the Sussex Community Foundation, please visit www.justgiving.com/sussexgiving

Although our tickets are expressed to be non-refundable we want, as a charitable organisation, to ensure that the proceeds of any ticket sales are handled both appropriately and sensitively.

Accordingly, we invite anyone holding unused tickets for Sunday 23 August 2015 to complete the form (which can be downloaded here) indicating how they would like us to process their ticket refund. The completed form should be returned, along with the original, unused ticket(s), to the address on the form.  Only complete tickets will be accepted.

We are unable to process any refunds received after 27 November 2015. After this date, any ticket proceeds will be donated, in full, to the Royal Air Forces Association.

Shoreham Air Show Ltd