During the weekend of 27-28 May, the 26th Antwerp Stampe Fly In is a tribute to the Belgian Stampe and Vertongen aeroplanes.
The Stampe and Vertongen Museum will be open all weekend and on Saturday flights will be proposed in the renowned SV4 biplane, a stunning experience to see the city of Antwerp from the sky. A C-130 and the F-16 can also be visited.
On Sunday May 28th there is a real air show. This will be traditionally opened by a large formation of biplanes. After that, acrobatic demonstrations by World War II aeroplanes will follow, concluded by the Belgian Red Devils together with their famed emblem at the time, the Fouga Magister.
The entry is free on Saturday ; on Sunday a contribution of 5 euros will be requested (cash payments only) to cover the costs of participating aircraft.
For safety reasons, no backpacks and sports bags are allowed on site. People and handbags can be searched.
All additional information can be found at the website www.stampe.be
Antwerp, May 22, 2017