Scottish airshow cancelled due to coronavirus lockdown

Scotland’s National Airshow was due to take place in East Lothian in July

The event, hosted by the National Museum of Flight, was set for July 25, but has been cancelled in light of the Scottish Government’s advice on the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Previous years have seen the famed Red Arrows perform, along with the Breitling WingWalkers and the Royal Navy Sea King.

Scotland's National Airshow has been cancelled

The museum, which is based near North Berwick, is also home to Concorde, a supersonic transport plane, that resides permanently in one of the hangers on site.

A statement released by organisers added that: ‘Currently all of our museums are closed until further notice. This includes the National Museum of Scotland, the National Museum of Flight, the National Museum of Rural Life and the National War Museum at Edinburgh Castle.’