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Internationally inspired lunch for the International Air Display
On Thursday 12th September, aircraft of all shapes and sizes will fill the skies above St Aubin's Bay for an aviation celebration. The annual International Air Display is one of St Helier's marquee events and we're so happy to be welcoming it back for another year.
From the famous Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - featuring a vintage Lancaster bomber accompanied by superb examples of the fighter planes that would have protected it in action, the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane - to helicopter and fighter jet display teams, every year thousands of guests and locals leave exhilarated and enthused.
Entry to the International Air Display is free. With thousands of people gathering for the display and Victoria Avenue closed to traffic, attending the display can be a logistical challenge, so it's worth making sure you're within walking distance of Victoria Avenue in good time for the start of the display at 1pm on Thursday 12th September.
A handy spot for lunch - The Café Bar
Positioned on the Esplanade, overlooking Liberation Square, the Café Bar at The Pomme d'Or is the perfect place to enjoy a quick bite before for the planes take to the skies.
If you’re hoping to get a jump on the crowds, brunch is served until 11.30am giving you plenty of time to make the short walk to the avenue. If you’re not in too much of a rush, join us for lunch from 12pm. Just like the planes and helicopters that'll be on display, the Café Bar menu features breakfast and lunch classics from around the world.< BACK