Breitling jets into Royal International Air Tattoo


The Breitling Owners Club had a strong presence at the Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT), from July 19 to 21.

Breitling was sponsor at the Fairford event in Gloucestershire, alongside BAE Systems.

The Breitling Owners Club played host to the RAF Red Arrows, the Frecce Tricolori, RAF Typhoon Display Team, RAF Chinook Display Team and the RAF Tucano Display Team to name but a few. BBC Countryfile presenter Adam Henson, another member of the Breitling Owners Club, was also at the event.


Additionally, the brand welcomed more than 2,000 Breitling owners and their guests in what was a bumper year for RIAT, with visitor numbers exceeding 250,000.

The sunshine provided perfect flying conditions and crowds were entertained by performances, including the Breitling Wingwalkers who put on a stunning display.

One of the highlights of the show was the presence of the only flying Super Constellation left in the world today, lovingly restored to its former glory. The plane is synonymous with the golden era of 1950s airline travel.

Two glamorous Breitling representatives handed out VIP boarding passes allowing guests and Breitling owners a tour of the aircraft, which flew in from Switzerland.

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