Find classic parts and spares galore in our extensive autojumble area

Watch this space for vintage Air Fly-ins to be announced...

Musical entertainment all weekend! See who's performing here >

Browse our variety of trade stands exhibiting throughout the weekend!

Giant inflatable slides, toddler play zone and vintage pedal cars plus much more!

Visit an array of Vehicle Clubs showcasing hundreds of classics...

Take a ride on the carousel amongst other vintage fair ground rides

Huge display of vintage, military and emergency services vehicles and planes

See Winston Churchill speeches throughout the weekend and wartime re-enactments

See live Airport fire crew crash and Lifeboat Hovercraft rescue demonstrations.

Get up close to some great steam traction engines at the show!

Take part in our simulator experiences over the weekend

Walk round our model aircraft static display at the show!

Take a pleasure flight in light aircraft and helicopters over the weekend!

Refuel yourselves in our beer tent and catering area over the weekend

Visit our Boeing 747 pop-up WW1 and RAF100 Museum on site!

Take part in our free taster dance classes from Swing Out Swindon!

The Lightning Bolts Army Parachute Display Team perform both days! Read more >

To mark 100 years of the RAF, Threshold Aero are putting on a night shoot! Read more >

Cotswold Airport Revival Visitors have the chance to fly in a Tiger Moth! Read more >

Vintage Victory Rollers' pop up salon will offer vintage inspired makeovers! Read more >

Juggling Guinness World Record Holder Chris Marley joins us in 2018! Read more >

Take a ride in a helicopter throughout the weekend! Read more >

Ride on a real life monster truck at the Cotswold Airport Revival Festival!

2018 is an especially important year for an event such as this. It marks the centenary of the end of WWI and also 100 years of the RAF. These two key anniversaries will be marked at this year’s Cotswold Airport Revival Festival with fundraising initiatives for the Royal British Legion and Flying for Freedom, two charities that support the armed forces and veterans.

Cotswold Airport was formerly an RAF maintenance base, and later on was home to the Red Arrows, and there remain many links today with its historic roots. The aerodrome celebrates two of its own anniversaries this year as well – 80 years of the aerodrome being situated on the site at Kemble; and 15 years of the current owner, Ronan Harvey, and ex-RAF engineer himself, owning the current airport.

With all these celebrations, and the new partnership of one of the most unique venues in the UK and one of the largest events promoters in the UK, the revival festival this year is set to be one not to miss!