The Military and flying machines show is a member of the British Air Display Association (BADA)

The British Air Display Association was formed in April 2011 following a number of successful informal meetings by organisers, pilots and others associated with air displays. These meetings identified a need to have an organisation to encourage, promote and advance Safety and Standards in British air displays whilst encouraging open discussion on all aspects of staging an airshow, from the smallest show, involving a couple of flying displays, to the largest show with international following.

Organising an airshow is more than just asking a few pilots to come along and fly their aircraft and the members of BADA represent every aspect of the air display community, from organisers and pilots to commentators and showground contractors.

If you'd like to read more about BADA, please visit their website at:

The Military and flying machines show is fully licensed by PRS for Music

PRS for Music is the umbrella name for two collecting societies; the Performing Right Society (PRS, founded in 1914 by a group of composers) and the Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society (MCPS founded in 1924). They operate under the PRS for Music brand.

PRS for Music controls the performance rights of about 10 million musical works on behalf of its members. PRS for Music, license and collect royalties on behalf of their members' whenever a musical work is publicly performed, or recordings of them are broadcast or played in public spaces, both in the UK and globally.