An air show in Phuket is likely to attract many visitors as it will see a very romantic finale.

Travellers taking flight to Phuketwho are looking to see something different during their stay could decide to attend an air show, just to see its finale.

The White Sand and Blue Sky Air Show will be a big event in the city, with acrobatic displays visible to people on both and Kamala beaches.

However, it is the climax of this year’s event which may have visitors queuing up to watch, as a bird man is set to make an incredibly romantic gesture.

Finnish skydiver Jari Kuosma is poised to jump from a plane and land on Surin beach, where he will get married to his fiancee.

Taking place on February 25th, the wedding is open to all the people who have been watching the air show, so it is expected a large crowd will assemble in order to see the couple tie the knot.

If after taking flights to Phuket you want to see something a little slower paced, head to the Laguna Phuket’s Latitude marquee on February 5th in order to see a charity rubber duck race.

Written by Anthony Nicholson

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