The Army Flying Museum at Middle Wallop in Hampshire is thrilled to announce that the UK’s premier military parachute team will be taking to the skies above it’s annual fundraiser Wallop Wheels & Wings on 13 July.

The Museum has received confirmation that the RAF Falcons team will be delivering their colourful aerial display at the event this year, which is set to be a real spectacle for all those attending and exhibiting at the event.

Lucy Johnson: CEO of the Army Flying Museum said:

“We are so excited to be welcoming the Falcons to Wallop Wheels & Wings this year. The team perform their incredible mid-air manoeuvres all over Britain and Europe, so it is a real coup for us to have this amazing display team at our event and we know our visitors are going to be blown away by their breathtaking performance.”

Display parachuting is one of the most difficult types of parachuting and requires hard work, a high level of skill and most importantly, trust in other team members and their equipment. Sitting proudly at the forefront of military parachuting, the Falcons are supported by a highly dedicated team of people – regulars, reserves and civil servants – all of whom play critical roles behind the scenes at every spectacular display.

Their displays include an exciting free fall display, which includes advanced manoeuvres, falling at speeds up to 120mph, and their famous 'hybrid' display which includes the Heart and Crisscross Carousel.

The addition of the RAF Falcons to the Wallop Wheels & Wings line-up is yet another boost to this popular event which has sold out in advance for the last three years. With over 60 aircraft flying into the event, along with a wide array of classic and supercars/motorcycles on display, interactive family activities, a shopping village and much more, the event this year is definitely set to be the biggest and best yet.

All tickets booked in advance for the event qualify for a free annual pass to encourage visitors to return to the Museum throughout the year and find out more about the history of Army aviation. For further information or to book tickets, visit


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RAF Falcons Display Team

RAF Falcons Display Team