The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has given an update on the safety recommendations made as part of a review into the Shoreham air crash.
11 people, all men, died when the Hawker Hunter jet crashed onto the A27 during a display at the Shoreham Airshow on Saturday 22 August 2015.
The CAA accepted a series of safety measures in April, including increasing the minimum distance between a display crowd in response to the Air Accidents Investigation Branch report into the disaster.
The recommendations accepted today mostly refer to the maintenance of display aircraft, as well as how permits to fly are issued.
The inquest into the Shoreham air crash is due to begin in March, following a series of delays.
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