300,000 visitors, 5,500 personnel and 240 aircraft: AIRPOWER16 in numbers
Lifting the curtain on Patrouille de France: we shadow the team throughout every stage of their show.
AIRPOWER gets under way again at 8:55am. Get yourself in the mood for the second day of AIRPOWER with some images from day one.
The control tower monitors and coordinates every movement on the airfield. A visit to AIRPOWER HQ.
A first for AIRPOWER: all of the jets ever to serve with the Austrian Armed Forces in a single group formation.
Superb weather, enthusiastic participants: Austria's airshow got under way at 9am, the start of a day of superlatives.
Rules to follow at AIRPOWER16, and which articles may and may not be brought to the event.
How the police are working to ensure the safety of all AIRPOWER visitors while also managing their smooth arrival and departure.
From the Sycamore to the Rafale: many fans simply cannot wait to behold these first-timers.
What the Spanish aerobatic display team has prepared for AIRPOWER16: the team leader in interview.
The outlook for the airshow weekend, according to Peter Parson, head of the Zeltweg weather briefing station.
From the kids' area to catering: use this check list to make the most of your AIRPOWER day.
Whether you're travelling by bus, rail or in your own vehicle: here's how to ensure your journey to and from the event remains quick and stress-free.
Good times for tourism in Styria: accommodation in the region is as good as fully booked. Last rooms available here.
The TV schedule at a glance. Plus: how not to miss out when you're out and about.
The first participants have landed at Hinterstoisser Air Base – and they made the most of the day to rehearse for their big appearance.
Behind the scenes of a major event: how the AIRPOWER16 medical team prepares for emergencies.
A career in the cockpit: how to pursue your dream job, by a Eurofighter flight instructor.
"More overnight stays, more added value thanks to AIRPOWER16," says Christian Buchmann, Minister of Economic Affairs for the province of Styria.
The RAT-31 DL/M Deployable Air Defence Radar is impressively versatile and will be making its first public appearance at AIRPOWER16.
The aerobatic display team of the Turkish Air Force has cancelled its appearance in Zeltweg.
Tomorrow at 2pm there will be a chance to secure one of the last 100 spotter packages for AIRPOWER16.
One month and counting to the event of the year! These articles should make the wait easier.
In interview with Peter Schinnerl, project director of AIRPOWER16: preparing to stage Austria's airshow.
Wining and dining outdoors: Styria's most picturesque picnic spots.
Calling all spotters: on Friday there will be another chance to secure one of these coveted tickets – getting you even closer to the action.
During AIRPOWER16 two Eurofighters will force a Hercules to land. Anyone in the area this week may have seen this spectacular manoeuvre being practised.
Colonel Doro Kowatsch, an authority on Austrian military aviation, on one of the stars of AIRPOWER16: Europe’s last airworthy Draken.
Application for spotter places opens June 22. More information here.
The Narzissenfest in Bad Aussee (21.–29.05.) is the first in a series of Styrian summer events. Click here for more tips on events and short breaks.
After the sensational success of AIRPOWER13 Austria's airshow returns to Styria in 2016 – with a new motto, a new date on the calendar and a possibly life-changing opportunity.