Buckle up and enjoy an extraordinary air show with pilots and airplanes of top quality. You will see everything from WW1 pioneers to our top modern airplanes of today.
|Gates open||8 AM|
|Airshow||11 AM - 4:30 PM|
|Prices, all prices in SEK|
|Weekend ticket*||12-17 years||510:-|
|Airshow Saturday/ Sunday||12-17 years||185:-|
|Airshow Saturday/ Sunday||Adult||365:-|
|Service fee will be added|
Children born in 2010 or later is free of charge in the company of and adult
A new display group and unique composition of aircraft, Johan Gustafsson in Thorp T-18, Jonas Larsson in Laser and Anders Kjellberg in Pitts S1 form a group of three, all belonging to Västerdalarnas Flygklubb. At Flygfesten they fly both Saturday and Sunday.
Zlin-526 was originally designed in 1959 and more than 1,400 Z-526s were manufactured, many for military and private flying schools. The Z 526's layout was organized with the pilot in the rear, and the student in front.
Parachute shows are an appreciated feature at Flygfesten! Ca 20 Parachute jumpers from Fallskärmklubben Dala from Borlänge jump from a DC3 with smoke and flags.
Supermarine Spitfire was a British fighter designed by Reginald Joseph Mitchell in the 1930s. It is best known for its efforts during the Battle of Britain and was one of the most important aircraft of World War II. Something to look forward to!
The P-51 Mustang is one of the real classics of World War II. It was built as a hunt-, reconnaissance- and bomb aircraft. Its primary task was to escort and defend allied bombers on the way across Germany and back to England again. Of the approximately 16,000 Mustangs that were manufactured, nearly 300 Mustangs have been preserved today, but just over a hundred are counted as airworthy.
Maximum discipline, focus, confidence and teamwork skills are essential for success of the Flying Bulls Aerobatics Team, for many known as the greatest aerobatic team in Europe. With one of the world’s greatest aerobatic airplanes they will perform a unforgettable airshow!
Flygfesten wants to highlight the benefit of airplanes/flying for the community. That’s why two aerial firefighters of the type AT-802 Fire Boss is booked for Flygfesten. After the bush fires of 2018, we are used to these aircrafts being used for firefighting in the forests. MSB, are providing the aircraft as a national reinforcement for the emergency services around the country. There is a total of 4 airplanes that is owned and operated by SAAB on behalf of MSB. The airplane can lift 3000 litres of water from lakes, rivers and coastal bays and release it during flight at low altitude over a fire. Come experience them in real life
The Air Force Museum's helicopters from Linköping participate with two HKP-5 flown by David Björkqvist and Alexander Jacobs. HKP-5 was the defense's main training helicopter from the mid-1980s until the end of the 1990s, when this helicopter system was phased out.
HKP-5 is very manoeuvrable due to its small size and can be tactically flown at low and using the terrain to avoid detection. The rotor diameter and length also means that the helicopter can land on small surfaces.
Yellow Sparrows is coming to Flygfesten! It’s some of the Norwegian Air Force's pilots flying formation in six MFI 15. This single-engine, "shoulder" -wing aircraft developed at Malmö Flygindustri. It was ment as a training aircraft. The placement of the wing also guarantees a perfect all-around view. SAAB took over in 1968 and the military version came to be known as the MFI-17. It was used by the air force in Denmark, Norway, Pakistan and Zambia
Saab 35 “Dragon” is a one-engine Swedish hunting aircraft developed by Saab for the Swedish Air Force. The aircraft was in military service for over 40 years in four European countries. In 1950, Sweden realized that a hunting plan was needed to intercept the new nuclear bombing aircrafts. The aircraft would be equipped with radar and it would be able to fly faster than the sound. In addition, it would have a very good climbing ability, long range, endurance and ability to carry the weapons required for the mission
Vampire was one of the earliest jet aircraft launched in 1946. It became very popular and over 4000 aircraft were manufactured. Sweden, Norway and Finland have had Vampire in their Air Force. Vampire was an exceptionally versatile aircraft that put many records. Among other things, it was the first Royal Air Force aircraft at a top speed of over 800 km / h. It was also a Vampire who was the first jet airplane to take off and landed on a carrier ship and in 1948 a new high record of 18 119 meters was set up and later in 1948 Vampire became the first jet aircraft flying across the Atlantic.
For the first time Aerosparx will perform their evening airshow at Flygfesten! Guy Westgate and Rob Barsby, regularly take to the skies in their Grob109b motor gliders. By day, they perform a formation flying display with aerial acrobatics, while at night they quite literally shine with their unique pyro fireworks display.
AJS 37 Viggen comes to Flygfesten in Dala-Järna! Swedish Airforce Historic Flight and Stellan Andersson operates this unique aircraft as have been marking Sweden and Saab on the globe. Viggen was operational in Swedish Airforce from 1972 until 2007 and today there's only two of them flying. Don’t miss it, book your tickets today!
Belgian Air Force F-16 Solo Display coming to Dala-Järna and Flygfesten 2022, so fasten your seat belts and enjoy the show!
Flygfesten presents TEAM 50 Tommy Hansson, Alf Ingesson Thoor, Curt Cronerud, Niklas Eriksson, Magnus Borg and Tord Grönvik! With a group of 5 Saab Safir they will performe a stunning airshow. The SAAB Safir aircraft was used by the Swedish Air Force as a school, training, transport and reconnaissance aircraft between year 1946 - 1993.
Johan Gustafsson comes to Flygfesten with his SZD-59 ACRO, it is one of the best aerobatic gliders in Sweden. Johan has become famous around the world for his great glider aerobatic airshows. You will see a very nice performance by Johan in Dala-Järna as it also is his home base. Johan is two time world champion in Advanced Glider aerobatics.
Jörgen Davidsson, Steppen Sonestedt and Kenneth Öhrn flies an three ship formation Tiger Moth at Flygfesten!
de Havilland Tiger Moth is a two-seater English biplane designed in the 1930s for use as a school airplane. The aircraft operated in many countries' air force until the 1950s, and still many operates privately. At Flygfesten we will see a group of three Tiger Moth's!
Henrik "Sunshine" Björling flies a spectacular show with Gripen at Flygfesten in Dala-Järna! In addition to Saturday's and Sunday's air show, Gripen also flies on Friday night's air show program. Do not miss the chance to see Gripen light afterburner at dusk!
An appreciated and self-written act at Flygfesten in Dala-Järna. With his Sukhoi 31, Jurgis make the audience hold their breath when performing stunnig aerobatics.
Swiss Air Force PC-7 Team Flying in tight formation, the distance from one aircraft to the other is only three to five meters. The Pilatus PC-7 Turbo Trainer is a low-wing tandem-seat training aircraft designed and manufactured by Pilatus Aircraft of Switzerland.