Lynx HAS.3 of 829 Naval Air Squadron manouvres in a tight space during its display
Beautiful P-51D Mustang N314BG, representing Petie 2nd, takes off for its display.
A landing mishap could not keep this Canberra TT.18 of 100 Squadron from performing again the very next day.
"Yellowjack'' Gnat T.1 G-MOUR, painted to represent XR991 of the famous RAF team of 1964, takes off for its display.
Bournemouth-based Meteor NF.11 WM167 taxies in on the south side of the airfield after its first display for a number of years.
A lovely study of Jim Buckingham at ease in his immaculate Miles Gemini, G-AKKB.
Tornado F.3 display pilot Flt. Lt. Archie Neill found that his specially painted aircraft had developed a fault on Monday, so he and his navigator. Flt. Lt. Jim Brown, had to make do with less than pristine back-up ship, ZE203/FI of 25 Squadron. Nothing could fault their display, though.
Mark Jeffries turns on the smoke in his Laser Z.200 G-BOYZ, another new aerobatic hot ship on the display circuit this season.