Organisers at the Lowestoft air show say high winds have forced them to cancel the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight for a second day. A parachute display has also been called off, but the rest of the festival is going ahead as planned, with the Red Arrows due at 4.30pm.
Organisers say the 16th annual Lowestoft airshow attracted 200,000 people on the first day.
Early rain has cleared for the second day's flying. It's the first time the show has been held at a weekend. It was moved so it wouldn't clash with the Olympics.
This year's Lowestoft Air Show has begun - the first ever held at a weekend.
High winds forced displays by the Battle of Britain memorial flight and the airambulance to be cancelled.