Published: 10:00, 08 July 2020
| Updated: 11:26, 08 July 2020
Organisers of a popular air show have put the event back by three months in an effort to still stage it this year.
The Battle of Britain Airshow, which is held every summer at Headcorn Aerodrome, attracts thousands of visitors.
In an attempt to ensure it will still take place in 2020, organisers have moved it from last month to the new dates of Friday, September 25 to Sunday, September 25, though this is subject to review.
They decided to push back the date but not postpone until 2021 after the Imperial War Museum went ahead with its Battle of Britain Airshow at Duxford.
The aerodrome in Headcorn reopened a few weeks ago.
But they stressed: "The situation remains fluid and to adhere to Government guidance, this event date may be subject to further change. There will be a review and final decision made on this revised event date on Friday, July 31."
For those who are unsure about attending and do not want to use their tickets for the show on the September dates, they can use them at the event in 2021, which has been confirmed for Friday, June 25 to Sunday, June 27, 2021.
Anyone with any queries about the event and their tickets, can email firstname.lastname@example.org
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