AIRCRAFT from both world wars and some that are the last of their kind thrilled visitors at the 25th anniversary Shoreham Airshow.
The Tiger Nine Display Team, an amateur team including the oldest Tiger Moth in existence, flew in tight formation on Sunday.
The Trig Aerobatic Team, demonstrating 1920s flying from the barnstorming era, was also able to get very close on Sunday.
The Tiger Club Turbulent Team provided light relief, flour-bombing a ‘house’, limbo flying and bursting balloons in the air.
More modern aircraft was shown by the RAF, including the Grob Tutor, flown by Flt Lt Andy Preece.
See tomorrow’s Herald & Gazette series for pictures and reports from the 25th anniversary Shoreham Airshow.