Rhyl Airshow 2021
August 28 - 29 2021
The RAF Typhoon flew at Rhyl in 2019
This is a free seaside airshow in the North Wales coastal resort of Rhyl, organised by Denbighshire Leisure Ltd., an arms-length company established by the Denbighshire County Council to manage leisure attractions and events.
In common with many airshows, the 2020 event had to be cancelled because of the Covid-19 outbreak but the Managing Director of Denbighshire Leisure promises the 11th Rhyl airshow in 2021 show will go ahead “bigger and better than ever”.
Details of the show, including a flying list, will be here when known.
|Display aircraft will be listed here when known|
|All appearances are subject to technical, weather and other constraints|
Getting to the Show
Use Sat Nav LL18 3AF until you get close, but ignore the sat nav in favour of local directions signs as soon as you see them. Click the blue button for Google's directions.
There are links to other route planners in the Travel Advice column.
Accommodation near the show
It is best to book as far as possible in advance. This is not only because nearby hotels and guest houses tend get booked up well before the date of an airshow but also because prices can be better when you book early online.
There are plenty of booking agencies. We find that many of the well known ones are better at finding hotels from international or larger UK chains and may suggest hotels in main towns or cities quite a distance from the show site.
There is a Premier Inn hotel in Rhyl and another about 3 miles away in Rhuddlan. The International Hotels Group have a Holiday Inn Express in Liverpool just over 20 miles away and
Holiday Inn hotels in Liverpool and Chester.
Travelodge have a new hotel on Rhyl seafront and three other hotels within 15 miles.
Most of the links already have the location built in, but please check, and change as necessary, the dates, number of rooms and number of guests.
Weather for the show area
The Met office 7-day forecast includes actual and "feels like" temperatures, the likelihood of rain, wind speed, wind direction, wind gusts and visibility: the latter can have an impact on the viability of displays.
The BBC's 14-day forecast has overall conditions including and hourly estimate of temperature, wind direction, wind speed and UV range.
Click the blue-text link to go to the forecast. The location is already built into the links.