The largest free event in the North East attracted almost a million people to the seafront at Roker and Seaburn.Read the full story ›
Northumbria Police say they want to thank everyone who attended the Sunderland International Airshow over the weekend for helping to make it a success.
They estimate that a million people visited the Seaburn and Roker areas over the last three days and the event passed smoothly and without major incident.
"We are delighted with how the Airshow has gone from a policing perspective and it's been a really great event to be part of. Everyone seemed to really enjoy themselves and the feedback from members of the public about how we policed the event has been fantastic.
"Everyone involved in the running of this event should be really proud of how it's gone and we're already looking forward to doing it all again next year."
The 'Tigers' are from the Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment.
The Sunderland International Airshow has ended with a military demonstration by British armed forces.
The display is a kind of war games scenario with forces storming the beach at Roker.
Watch the de Havilland Vampire FB50 in action at the Sunderland Airshow:
Watch the Twister Duo wow the crowds at the Sunderland Air Show.
Peter Wells and Guy Westgate have more than 53 years worth of flying experience between them:
The Blades Aerobatic Display Team have been entertaining spectators on the final day of the Sunderland Airshow.
The stage is set for day two of the Sunderland Air Show, and crowds are already flocking to the event.
There's music from the Band of the Royal Marines to get onlookers in the mood for today's displays.
Today's displays are taking place half-an-hour earlier than originally planned, so the action will start at 12:15, while it's still sunny.
All today's displays at the Sunderland International Airshow have been brought forward by 30 minutes.
The action starts 12:15 to make the most of the sunny weather.