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Will Best and Rachel Stringer present the drone-based game show in which features precision flying, airborne battles and spectacular crashes, from an arena purposely built for drone-based competition.
Four teams tackle the three rounds hoping to win a place in the series semi-final.
Four teams and their flying machines enter the Airena to go head to head.
Dronebusters, Skyfliers, The Stratus and The Drone Dominators display their aerial skills in the third heat of the hi-tech drone-based challenge. Will Best asks the teams to pilot their customised drones through precision flying tasks and high-impact airborne battles, with Rachel Stringer interviewing competitors in the workshop between rounds
It's time for four new Aviator and Wing-Men teams to step into The Airena and do battle in three epic challenges. 'Q Rexx', 'Cheating Gravity', 'The Props' and 'Shadow Vulture' will challenge each other in each air-limination until one team is victorious and wins through to the semi-finals. Today as well as the Airsault Course and the infamous Dogfight they must face the most 'pop'ular of challenges- Barrage Balloons. Events will be overseen by our Air Marshall whist Airmageddon's Resident Drones will add some fire, sparks and high-flying malevolence. Welcome to a new dimension of game show. Welcome to Airmageddon
Pieflyers from County Durham, Team Ace from West Sussex, Team Shadow from Birmingham and Quadflight 101 from Cumbria compete against one another in the drone based competition.
Father and son duo Red Zumbido, mates Avengedrone, father and daughter Team Zephyr, and Prop Breakers, who are best pals from Nottingham compete against one another in the drone based competition.
Q Rexx, Cheating Gravity, the Props and Shadow Vulture compete in the drone-based competition.
It is the first of the semi-finals and four familiar aviators, Guy, Toby, Brandon and Phoebe, come back to the Airena. Having already proved themselves and won their heats, they are back to see if they have the skills to make it at the next level of the competition. To do so they will have to take on the Airsault Course, Bottle Bashers and the Dog Fight. Only one team, either the Suffolk Air Squad, Red Zumbido, Area 51 and Girls Squad-Drone, can fly through to the grand final and take that next step closer to the Airmageddon trophy.
The trophy is within touching distance for two aviators and their wingmen. Having battled their way through their heats and the most testing of semi-finals the finalists will have to complete three airborne challenges one more time to try to seal their place in Airmageddon history as series winners. Each team must go head to head to accumulate bonus seconds for the final dogfight using the latest laser technology. After all the crashes, all the skills and all the personal vendettas, it all comes down to this. Who will be the winner of Airmageddon series one?
The Airmageddon final may be over but the fighting isn't and there are still some massive grudges to settle and some of the top aviators and their wingmen are back in the Airena to do just that. The four fastest aviators from the series go head to head to see who is the ultimate sprint champion, two aviators return to settle a score in what could be the ultimate dogfight and the resident drones dust themselves down to take each other on in a very special round of Barrage Balloons. On top of that we have the top five crashes, the top five best-looking drones and the top five moments of skill.
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