DETAILS of how to get to an airshow when it returns to the region in June have been revealed. 

Teesside Airshow is set to return to the region next month, taking place at Teesside Airport on June 11.

The airport, which is close to Middleton St George, near Darlington, is hosting the event for the first time in five years. 

Read more: Teesside Airshow: What you need to know ahead of June return

Teesside Airport is accessible by road via the A67 and there will be parking on the day.

There are about 5,000 parking spots available and places are on a first come, first served basis.

Booking is advised and parking costs £5.

Disabled parking is also available and can be booked online by visiting the show’s website.

Parking spaces for appropriate bikes, scooters and mopeds etc. is available at a cost of £2.50 per vehicle.

Vehicle access to all car parks is from 9am.

People have been warned parking is banned on the side of the A67 near the airport. The area will be coned off and any cars left there will be towed away. 

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People can also arrive using public transport.

The airport is served by the Number 12 bus six times per day running from Hurworth through Darlington town centre, Morton Park and Middleton St George to the terminal building.

Darlington Train Station is six minutes away by car.

The programme will include the Red Arrows display team, which will be joined by Flight Lt Adam O’Hare demonstrating the power of his Eurofighter Typhoon combat aircraft, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight team bringing a Spitfire and Hurricane and a display by the RAF Falcons – the UK’s premier military parachute display team.

There is also a range of other entertainment and exhibitions on the ground. 

Tickets are on sale now priced at £10 per adult, (16 and over) and £5 per child (15 and under). A family ticket, consisting of two adults and two children, will be £25 and there is free entry for those aged under six.

Tickets and parking passes can be purchased from the Teesside Airshow website -

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