Accessibility at the #BrayAirDisplay

We want to ensure our disabled and special needs access visitors have a fantastic time at the event. Please find below our FAQ section which you may find helpful.

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Some of the vintage aircraft taking part are less noisy than the high-speed jets. Our advice is to come prepared as unfortunately, the roar of the jets is unavoidable, it is part and parcel of the Bray Air Display.

Some children wear ear protection, some do not. It is completely up to you.

Please note: The roar of the jets along with large crowds may make some spectators, who are sensitive to noise distressed and perhaps increase their fears. Parental guidance is always advised. 

Yes, there is parking for disabled persons at all #BrayAirDisplay car parks.

Please note that the standard fee for parking applies to disabled parking and the Blue Badge scheme / European Parking Card does not apply.


South Event Car Park Location is the IDA Business Park, Bray.

A complimentary shuttle bus will service South Event Car Park ONLY will start at 10 am. Drop-off / Pick up point is close to the event site. Last pick-up from event site is 7:30pm sharp.

The shuttle bus operator will provide safe, accessible and friendly access to all its passengers, regardless of their mobility difficulties, age or disabilities. 

North Event Car Park Location: Coláiste Ráithín and at the Old Golf Club Lands (Ravenswell Road), Bray, Co. Wicklow. 

Spectators will have direct access to the event from these car parks via Bray Harbour. The event site is along Bray Seafront which is only a short distance away.

We would also advise people travelling by car to arrive early and expect delays before and after the event.

Plan your journey here.

Yes, there is a drop-off point for disabled persons at the #BrayAirDisplay. This is located on Adelaide Road, Bray. You must have a valid European Parking Card prominently displayed in a visible position to access this road and drop off.

Update June 23rd 2022 – Unfortunately there are no more spaces available in Raheen car park! 

Yes, a number of limited spaces will be available in Raheen car park  for a person who is unable to leave their car due to disability, which needs to be reserved by emailing by Monday, June 30th, 2022. You must have a valid European Parking Card.

Yes, the #BrayAirDisplay takes place on a 1km long relatively flat outdoor event site which is wheelchair accessible with all the action taking place at 500ft giving everyone an excellent vantage point. A selection of the funfair rides are also accessible where funfair staff will be on hand to assist.

Please note: There are areas on the shoreline that are not wheelchair accessible.

Yes, Flight Deck – Our hospitality area is wheelchair accessible. Click here for information and to purchase a ticket.

Yes, specific unisex wheelchair accessible toilets will be available.

Yes, guide dogs are very welcome at #BrayAirDisplay.

As you are aware pets are sensitive to loud noise. Please note: the high speed jets performing at the Bray Air Display make a considerable amount of noise.

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We have two fixed medical posts on site. If you need privacy to use insulin please call into our medical team where privacy will be provided.

A list of general event frequently asked questions can be viewed here.

Should you have any queries regarding any aspect of the #BrayAirDisplay event please do not hesitate to contact us via our Contact Us page here.

Thank you.

#BrayAirDisplay Team.

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