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Veterans are among spectators at this year's Biggin Hill Airshow.
Vintage displays have mixed with modern aircraft at the event - which, for the first time since 2010, is running for two days.
With more here's Andy Dickenson.
Thousands of people are expected in Biggin Hill this weekend for the annual airshow.
It's the first time since 2010 that the Festival of Flight has been back to it's former 2 days.
Biggin Hill Airport also celebrates it's centenary this year.
This afternoon 100 veterans fare being photographed with a Lancaster Bomber.
A balloon has been found to be the cause of a light aircraft crash at Herne Bay's airshow in Kent.
According to the Air Accidents Investigation Branch it became lodged in its engine at last year's event, forcing the pilot to ditch the plane at sea.
The pilot managed to avoid both spectators and swimmers.
Spectators waded in to the water to help the pilot who was face down in the water.
Safety action has been taken to prevent similar incidents in the future.
Organisers of this year's Bournemouth Air Festival have cancelled this afternoon's displays because of high winds and wet weather
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The four day show usually attracts 800,000 spectators.
There's been high praise today for the skills of pilot Colin Randall who ditched his plane into the sea at the Herne Bay Airshow - avoiding both spectators and swimmers.
Praise too for the spectators who waded in, to help the 71-year-old pilot - who was face-down in the water.
It follows a tightening of flying display regulations after the Shoreham Airshow crash that killed 11 people nearly a year ago.
You can watch a full report by Abigail Bracken by clicking on the link below.
Interviewees are rescuer Davina Cox; eyewitness Nigel Hancock; and Herne Bay Airshow organiser Liz Crudgington.
Pictures and video are courtesy of Emma Bedding, Bruno Tilley and Nigel Hancock.
Extra security measures have been put into place for this year's Eastbourne air show. Concrete barriers have been installed at the main entrance and more police are patrolling the site. It comes after a series of recent terror attacks across Europe. Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to attend the four day event. Tom Savvides talks to the leader of Eastbourne Council David Tutt, flying director Ian Sheeley and spitfire pilot John Romain.
The shock realisation today for a community shaken to its core by the Shoreham air disaster - that more could have been done to prevent it. Malcolm Shaw reports