More flights set to take to the skies for Clacton air show

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THREE more flight displays are set to take to the skies over Clacton this summer.

Clacton Air Show bosses said the line-up for this year’s spectacle is beginning to take-off.
The event will see displays from the Sea King search and rescue helicopter, Tutor and Autogyro on both days.

They will join the world famous Red Arrows, who are appearing on the Friday, Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, Avro Lancaster owned by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum and the Tucano, all of which fly both days.

The Autogyro can fly just 50 metres from the crowd line at less than 100ft.

Council tourism boss Mark Platt said the show promises to be one of the best ever.

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