It has been decided not to hold the airshow at Perth in 2011.
However, we hope to make an early decision for 2012 as the feedback from all involved has been very positive.
Details will follow.
The Heart of Scotland Airshow for 2010 has now taken place in varied weather. Saturday was hot and sunny, while Sunday awoke to mist and low cloud.
The organisers wish to thank everyone who attended this years airshow at Perth Airport, and the numerous companies and individuals who worked to bring the airshow together.
We will be posting photographs from the airshow in our gallery as soon as they have been processed. You can also order a DVD of the Heart of Scotland Airshow 2010 from PlanesTV
Perth Airport wants to CELEBRATE.
2 days of family fun over the weekend of the 5th and 6th June, 2010 is planned with the main emphasis being FLIGHT along with other transport and military themes. Come along to see numerous flight displays.
As a taster here is a newsreel clip from the Scone airshow in 1947
In 1910 the very first Scottish International Flight Meeting was staged at Lanark and attracted over 200,000 people over the 8 days of flying. Participants from the UK, American, France, Holland, Switzerland, Italy and Peru made up the 22 entrants
Perth Airport, set in the stunning surroundings of beautiful Perthshire aims to stage an event to celebrate this unique anniversary in Scotland's Aviation Heritage. Attracting visitors from home and abroad to make this celebration stand out in our proud aviation history will be a priority but it is hoped that charities will also benefit. £4,000 was donated in 2009.
This year also see the 800th anniversary of the granting of the Royal Burgh Charter to Perth by King William the Lion of Scotland in 1210
The whole of Perthshire is taking part in a year long celebration and the Heart of Scotland Airport is proud to take part in the festivities.
Perth Airport is the Heart of Scotland Airport, only 1 hour from Edinburgh and Glasgow and conveniently located for Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen and Stirling. Over the years it has played a vital role in not only Scotland's Aviation History but around the world with thousands having trained as pilots and engineers since the airport opened in 1936 - Perth Airport was known throughout the world as THE aviation Education Centre and training continues on a daily basis through many different companies including ACS Aviation Ltd, one of the main sponsors of the event. Airfield Owner, Morris Leslie, Perth based Scottish Aero Club and Arbroath based Squadron Prints Ltd are the other main supporters of the event.