Wednesday, 4 September 2013
"Pay To Watch The Airshow? - We Own The Bloody Planes!"
There is just over a week to go until the Channel Island air displays.
Next Thursday the skies will be alive with an array of aircraft, from the classic Lancaster Bomber to the crowd-pleasing Red Arrows.
While sponsorship covers the cost of Guernsey's air display, for organisers in Jersey this risks being the third year running that the event makes a financial loss. Programmes are the only income from display because it's completely free.
Islanders can expect the Red Arrows, a selection of RAF fighter jets and the Royal Navy helicopters. The helicopters are due to come into People's Park early Thursday morning.
The event will run from Wednesday to Friday - with the main display on Thursday 12th September.
Would you consider forking out to see the show from certain places on the island? Or do you think it should stay free forever? We want to hear what you think. Post your comments below.
Now what are they spraying? :)
The British Government spent between £400M and £1B blowing up Libya!!!
And they're short of a few quid to put on a minor air display in sly little Jersey?
Someone somewhere is taking the piss!!!