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Second World War bombers on show at RAF Waddington


Roads heaving ahead of Waddington fly past

Two Lancaster bombers have touched down at RAF Waddington in Lincolnshire.

The PA474 flight by Battle of Britian Memorial and the FM213 flown by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum will be at the airbase on show with a delta wing Vulcan Bomber.

ITV Calendar reporter Adam Fowler reports that both the historical bombers have landed:

Royal Arrows at the Waddington Air Show


RAF Waddington Air Show takes off to huge crowds

Air show takes off under a cloud

Final preparations for this year's international air show at RAF Waddington have been overshadowed by the announcement that next year's event has been cancelled.

Organisers say it is because of work to upgrade the runway at a cost of £35 million.

The Waddington show draws in thousands of visitors every year and is a major boost for the local economy in Lincolnshire.

Adam Fowler has been at the air force base today:

Waddington air show cancelled for 2015

The annual Waddington air show in Lincolnshire will not take place next year because of work to upgrade the runway.

The air show will not take place in 2015

Organisers revealed the news today ahead of this year's show which starts at the weekend. With more than one hundred thousand people expected to visit the airbase.

Among this year's attractions are the Red Arrows and what could be the last chance to see the Vulcan bomber take off from its spiritual home.

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