Vintage World War Two aircraft, including the famous Spitfires and Hurricanes, took to the skies over West Sussex this afternoon to mark 75 years since victory in the Battle of Britain.
During the flypast, around 40 vintage planes flew in formation above Goodwood Aerodrome before dispersing across wartime airfields over the south of England.
It amounted to the biggest gathering of Battle of Britain aircraft since the Second World War - with planes coming from across the UK, Europe and the United States.
Prince Harry was due to fly in one of four two-seater Spitfires, but after a mechanical fault on one he gave up his place so a 95-year-old veteran and two injured servicemen could still take part in the display.
Hundreds of veterans, service men and women, politicians and Royals gathered for a major event marking 75 years since the Battle of Britain.
Prince Harry will visit a memorial flypast today to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF's victory in the Battle of Britain.