More than 50,000 people have been at RAF Fairford for the second day of the Royal International Air Tattoo.
Among the many flying displays were the Red Arrows - who are celebrating their 50th anniversary.
The event opened for the first time on a Friday this year, which allowed fans to get up close and meet the pilots and engineers.
Andy Armstrong, Chief Executive of RAF Charitable Trust Enterprises, says its been a great success:
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