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It is with great regret that due to recent extensive rainfall, subsequent flooding and their grass field conditions, they have had to make the difficult decision to cancel this years event.

All existing ticket purchases will be refunded.

Emails will be sent to all those that purchased via Ticket Source with further details.

Refunds will take between 7-10 days to process.

Airport Staff apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and they thank you for understanding.

Edited by KARL

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