Major safety changes have been announced at the launch of this year's Farnborough International Airshow.
The event in July will be the first major air show to take place in the UK since the disaster at the Shoreham Airshow last August, in which eleven people died.
More roads surrounding the airport will be closed before and during the week-long event. The areas where aerobatic displays can take place will be restricted and further away from spectators.
However, there are concerns tonight - that the changes may go too far. Our Transport Correspondent, Mike Pearse, takes a look ahead to the show in Farnborough, and the impact the changes will have on one of the nation's most popular activities.
The interviewees are Shaun Ormrod from the Farnborough Airshow; Gerald Howarth the MP for Aldershot, Conservative; Michael Underwood and Angellica Bell, who will both be presenting at the show.