Bournemouth Air Festival returns for the ninth year in a row tomorrow. The four-day show takes place between Bournemouth and Boscombe piers and in the Lower Gardens, and will bring at least 800,000 visitors to the South Coast this weekend.
The festival includes both displays from both air and sea and military performances as well as fireworks, family attractions and live music.
The Red Arrows will also be making an appearance on all four days of the event alongside the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, and the RAF, who will all be performing.
The air show aims to raise money for Air Festival charities, and since 2010 has raised more than £80,000.
Thousands of people are expected to attend this year's Farnborough Airshow today. Among them will be Prime Minister David Cameron.
It is also thought Sir Richard Branson will be at the show to order 12 multi- million pound environmentally friendly airbuses.
The event which is held every other year will see dozens of exhibits and demonstrations. The Red Arrows are set to perform, without aerobatics amid safety fears following the Shoreham Airshow Disaster.
The Red Arrows have decided not to perform acrobatic stunts at this year's Farnborough Airshow.
The decision follows the Shoreham tragedy last year.
They will still perform but will only take part in flypasts.
The military display team will not perform the usual loop-the-loops and barrel rolls.
The RAF said the team would still be engaging with adults and young people at Farnborough.
Today marks the official launch of this year's Bournemouth Air Festival.
Organisers will reveal who'll be taking to the sky over the four daysin August which attracts thousands of spectators.
We already know the Red Arrows will be a highlight.
The Red Arrows are set to take to the sky for this year's Bournemouth Air Festival - and look set to display on all four days of the event.
The team has been a major highlight of the occasion since it began in 2008.
The Red Arrows entertained crowds in Southsea today with a spectacular display during events to mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
The Red Arrows have been announced as the star performer at this year's Folkestone Airshow. There will also be a Lancaster bomber and two spitfires taking part at the two day event in June.
Project manager Yvonne Holder said, "It's wonderful news that Folkestone has been included in this year's displays by the Red Arrows. A fantastic line-up of military and other aircraft has been assembled to thrill residents and visitors during the Airshow weekend.
As well as 'The Reds', it includes a Lancaster and two Spitfires of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, Tucano and Grob Tutor aerobatic planes and the Breitling Wingwalkers, the only formation wingwalking team in the world.
And that's not all. Starting at 7pm, we are presenting ABBA Björn Again plus multi-instrumentalist star Chris Andre plus a grand firework finale. It'll be an evening to remember."
Shepway District Council leader Cllr David Monk said: "I am pleased that the Red Arrows are coming back to thrill us with their breathtaking aerobatic display. The district council and Folkestone Town Council have again made funds available to pay for the Red Arrows display".
They have always had a special place in people's hearts in this part of the world and this year the Red Arrows will mark fifty years of stunts in the skies.
It's an anniversary that's tinged with sadness. Two of the team were killed in accidents in 2011.
One of them was Jon Egging who died while taking part in the Bournemouth Air Festival. A memorial made in his memory was designed by local school children in the town.
Well as the team look to the future and a very busy 2014- they're at the Farnborough airshow, Cowes week and Goodwood just to name a few events- they'll also have a brand new look as Matt Price explains.
The Red Arrows team will perform a special fly past at the Combined Ops military weekend at the Headcorn Aerodrome.
The Red Arrows will also be joined in their flypast by the RAF's Sea King.
The military weekend will take place on August 17 and 18.
Since the Red Arrows' creation in 1965, the team have flown in more than 4,000 displays in 52 countries.
They are now renowned throughout the world and act as ambassadors for Great Britain.
A report into the death of a Red Arrows pilot who died following a display in Bournemouth has been passed onto the coroner.
Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging was killed when his jet crashed into a field near Throop in August last year. The Military Aviation Authority says it's now completed its investigation. An inquest date has yet to be fixed.