Wales National Airshow returns as Admiral offers high flying careers in Swansea
The Red Arrows and Eurofighter Typhoon will be among the aircraft taking to the skies to perform breathtaking aerobatic displays over Swansea Bay on Saturday July 2 and Sunday July 3 .
The displays in 2015 were worth more than £7.6m to the local economy and more than 170,000 people packed the seafront to watch performances from a range of aircraft.
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