Spotters

PRICING (unchanged price since 2022!)

(limited number of tickets available) :

PRICE PER DAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

AIR LEGEND 2024, the weekend of 14 & 15 September 2024, will certainly be one of the highlights of the European airshow season, both in terms of the quantity of remarkable aircraft planned and the quality of the show that will be presented.

Thanks to our partnership with the Spot’Air, association, spotters and other passionate photographers will have the opportunity to nurture their passion for aviation, warbirds but also vintage vehicles.

  • New photo opportunities
  • More days to enjoy the planes
  • Improved facilities
  • An organisation specially dedicated to the comfort of spotters.

    Spotters will benefit from the following advantages:
  • Vehicle parking close to the event area,
  • Dedicated and optimised zone (s) for all shots,
  • Enjoy the private “sunset” show on Saturday evening,
  • Presence of ephemeral points of sale in the heart of the “spotters” area (depending on the availability of military units)
  • Early access on airshow days and extra time on site.
The programme:

Friday 13 September:

– Meeting point at the reserved car park (see car park maps), from 12 noon
with registration and presentation of spotters’ identifiers (waistcoat and wristbands)
wristbands),
– Welcome and safety briefing at the spotters’ reception. 
– Entry to the zone from 12.30 p.m. until around 8 p.m,
– 8pm, evacuation of the zones,
– 2 large areas will be set aside for you near the track and the demonstration areas, plus one activated only on Friday afternoon,
– There will be no access to the aircraft parking area during the afternoon for safety reasons, as there will be many aircraft movements,
– Waistcoats must be returned to the spotters at the reception desk.
– There will be no catering facilities on Friday, so please bring what you need.

Saturday 14 September :

– Meeting point at the reserved car park at 7am with registration and handing over of “spotters” identifiers (waistcoat and wristbands),
– Welcome, safety briefing,
– Entry to the site at 7.30am with welcome coffee,
– Approximately 7.30pm, evacuation of the meeting area,
– Access to the aircraft parking area, 1 hour before the public opening,
– 2 large areas will be dedicated to you near the runway and the demonstration areas,
– There will be no access to the aircraft parking area during the afternoon for safety reasons, as there will be many aircraft movements.

Sunday 15th September :

– Meeting point at the reserved car park at 7am (see car park maps) with
registration and handing over of “spotters” identifiers (waistcoat and wristbands),
– Welcome, safety briefing,
– Entry to the site at 7.30am with welcome coffee,
– Approximately 7.30pm, evacuation of the meeting area,
– Access to the aircraft parking area, 1 hour before the public opening,
– 2 large areas will be dedicated to you near the runway and the demonstration areas,
– There will be no access to the aircraft parking area during the afternoon for safety reasons, as there will be many aircraft movements, 

Zone details:

– Main area located to the right of the VIP area, private area 50m long, 15m deep, barrier opening for entry/exit, 20 chairs with signage, open :Friday/Saturday/Sunday,
– 25m/25m corner area at the southern end of the public area, 15m deep, one barrier opening for entrances/exits
with signage, open: Friday/Saturday/Sunday,
– Zone near the “Static display”, only on Fridays from 1.30 pm to 8 pm, limited to a maximum of 30 people with a rotation every
every hour.

You will be supervised and accompanied by volunteers from the Spot’Air association.
© Michel Adnet - Spot'Air
© Michel Adnet - Spot'Air
Spotters © Philippe Cléro (A découvrir http://www.philippeclero.eu)
Spotters © Philippe Cléro (See http://www.philippeclero.eu)
@ Maxime Garcia
@ Maxime Garcia