The Portrush Airshow will not take place this summer, as part of plans by the local council to save money.
Causeway Coast and Glens Council is £70m in debt - and it agreed to cut funding for the airshow at a meeting on Wednesday night.
The show has been a major summer attraction for the seaside town every August
News of its cancellation has been seen as a blow, however it is expected that the move will save the council over a quarter of a million pounds every year.
The council has also agreed to completely close the Waterworld swimming pool, saying £80,000 per year.
Meanwhile there will be increases to car parking charges, and wifi will be turned off in several towns.
The decisions are expected to save a yearly total of more than £2m.