ABOVE: The first episode will be filmed at the upcoming Blackbushe Air Day

Aerobility’s popular ‘Armchair Airshow,’ first launched four years ago when pandemic restrictions precluded public gatherings, is to return with a live audience.

Although the series will still be streamed online under the new name ‘Aerobility Live,’ a limited number of tickets will be available for guests wishing to watch in person. Filming will take place at Aerobility’s home base of Blackbushe Airport during the annual Blackbushe Air Day on Saturday 15 June, where the charity will be hosting its own area for the first time.

“Aerobility Live was initially born out of the necessity of public events being banned as a result of the pandemic. In the years following, we have been able to build on our original idea, and in 2024 we are so excited to have a live audience as we as one online,” explained Aerobility CEO Mike Miller-Smith.

“Whether you are an aviation enthusiast or not there will be something for everyone. By watching the show at home or in person, you will be supporting the important work that we do all year round,” he added.

More information about the event, and the opportunity to book tickets, can be found here.