SALON-DE-PROVENCE | The Patrouille de France will make a belated start to their 2020 airshow season next month, with demonstrations at up to eight public events planned this year.
The French Air Force team are not currently due to fly any shows outside France, but have a number of domestic events scheduled, subject to local restrictions. The team will also fly at military events not open to the general public.
Already this year, the Patrouille de France have participated in flypasts over Paris and London with the Red Arrows in June, visited Normandy to mark the 76th anniversary of D-Day and participated in July’s annual Bastille Day parade. They have more recently performed flypasts across the country as a tribute to healthcare workers.
The Patrouille de France have worked up a full display routine for 2020, which includes new manoeuvres not flown for several seasons.
|Aug 15||Meeting Aérien||Toulon, France|
|Aug 30||Fête de l’Air||Alpe d’Huez, France|
|Sep 6||La Bataille Aérienne de France: Meeting Aérien||Cambrai – Niergnies, France|
|Sep 12-13||Villaroche Air Legend||Melun, France|
|Sep 20||Tour de France (flypast only)||Paris, France|
|Sep 27||Meeting Plage||Saint-Jean-de-Luz, France|
|Oct 3-4||Cervolix||Clermont – Ferrand, France|
|Oct 10-11||Meeting Aérien de Ste-Maxime: Free Flight World Masters||Sainte-Maxime, France|
|Oct 17-18||Meeting Aérien La Ferté Alais: Les Temps de Hélices||Cerny – La Ferté Alais|