For the first time in over 50 years, the Lincolnshire based Red Arrows won't perform stunts at Britain's largest airshow.
It is due to safety concerns following the Shoreham air disaster last year. Eleven people died when a jet exploded after crashing into the A27 in Hampshire during a display on 22 August.
Crowds at the Farnborough Airshow will be deprived of seeing the loop-the-loops and barrel rolls after RAF bosses decided that is was "no longer appropriate" to carry out high-speed manoeuvres in such a built-up area.
A spokeswoman for Farnborough air show said:
The famous planes, based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire, will still carry out flypasts at the three-day show, but will scrap the aerobatic displays in light of new safety regulations imposed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
The CAA said: