Published Thursday, 06 September 2012
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Nancy Sorrell, better known for being in the jungle on I'm a Celebrity..., arrived at Portrush in the chopper, which will be just one of the special crafts on display on Saturday.
The mum-of-two said, "It's a fantastic place to be this weekend and a free family day out is great.
"This is my first time in Northern Ireland and I am always looking for somewhere to enjoy days out with my girls and it sounds like just the place to be."
A DB5 that featured in the James Bond movie Octopussy will be in the skies, alongside Antinov, Yak52 and Tigermoths, as well as helicopters from the Belgian airforce.
Nancy's husband is comedian Vic Reeves, and she said he would love to attend the weekend's airshow.
"My husband is so jealous that I am here as all men love to see these types of aircraft, especially up close, and I can't wait to tell him about it - particularly as I got a flight in a Yak53! It was just amazing!" she exclaimed.
Mayor of Coleraine, Councillor Sam Cole said, "This event showcases one of the best locations in the United Kingdom and provides both entertainment to visitors and economic support to local businesses.
"By extending the tourist season, council aims to attract residents and visitors to the borough, experiencing what we have to offer," he added.
Event gates open at 11am at West Bay, Portrush, with the air display to begin at 12pm and finish at 5pm with the Red Arrows.
On Sunday a commemorative parade will fly over West Bay beach and drop poppies shortly after 11am.