First, get as much information as you can about the show. Europeans are big on reserved seating, so try to get tickets early. Also, most performances take place in front of the VIP seats, so it confined to a grandstand or other area, get as close to action central as you can.
There may be a photographer's pass available, probably for extra $$$, so check on it.
Lenses...I find my 70-300 VR just right for the air displays. The three photos in my gallery were all taken with it at my first air show. Either the 18-55,or 18-70, do very well for ramp photos. Even if it is a bit lacking in the wide area, my 28-105 on a DX body does well, also
Go light; 2 lenses are enough! If you are able to wander the spectator area, a vest with spare lens, maybe a flash, water, extra battery, memory cards, and, depending upon weather, rain gear, (for your camera, if not yourself) is a lot more handy than a bag with everything you own in it. Some sort of cross body strap will take a lot of the strain off your neck and back, too.
Of the lenses you have the only one that will work for planes in flight is the 70-200. For the ground the 24-70 would be good. That's a heavy pair of lenses! Can you rent something for this trip? If so, the 70-200 f/4 and a TC 14 would be good or a 300 f/4 and TC14. Ideal would be the new 80-400 but that's a bit of a beast.
My own air show shots (all on Alamy) were mostly taken with this combo of lenses: 70-200 f/2.8 and a mid-range zoom for aircraft on the tarmac. My absolute favorites, however, (e.g., Blue Angels in Fortus maneuver) were taken with a 300mm lens, but it was too slow for bird photos (f/4), so I e-Bayed it. I shoot with a D300, so all of this implies a 1.5x magnification factor.
No need to spend too much more $. You have some very nice long glass in your profile. I see you own a 200mm f2. Add a 1.7 TC to it, you're at 340mm FX. With the D300, you're at an effective 510mm FOV with the sensor crop. Handheld will tire you quickly, best to have a pod, but I'm sure you already do. Should do the trick!
Why the prime some people will ask? For the optical quality wide-open, of course. Let's face it - you're going to be shooting at the LONG end of any focal length range. So between a lens that is excellent at 200mm and a lens that is designed to cut blades at 200mm, which one should you choose? That 1-stop difference on the long end also matters since you're already paying a penalty for using a TC.
Looks like the D4 will make the trip - the D300 body may get a reprieve from the chopping block for the crop factor bonus but leave the MB10 pack behind to cut weight and space.
24/70 will be taken along as it is my stock walk about lens (and will also walk around Paris over the weekend).
Then the issue is 70/200 or 200f2 with the TC or both. Carrying them in a Lowepro bag doesnt bother me too much whilst carrying the rest in use but wary of being able to sneak it all "on the plane" as hand luggage when traveling (the 200 is a beast after all).
Will throw a monopod in the luggage as well.
Decisions decisions to be made before tomorrow as flight in 23 hours time.