Flying Fortress Sally B and Wildcat Aerobatics wow the crowds at Old Buckenham Airshow
- Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2015
A variety of planes took to the skies above Norfolk to wow the crowds at the Old Buckenham Airshow.
One of the region's biggest events saw thousands of people attend the airshow to see aerobatic displays and appearances from well-known fighter planes.
The star attraction was the last airworthy B-17 in Europe, Sally B.
The crowd were in awe as the flying fortress, now based at the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, circled the airfield.
Other highlights included an appearance from a MH434 Spitfire, P-51 Mustang and a daring display from the popular Old Buckenham-based Wildcats.
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A Catalina flying boat graced the Norfolk skies on both days of the airshow and local pilot Matt Summers showed his aerobatic skills in a Vans RV8.
Spectator Peter Francis, from Swaffham, said seeing Sally B was his favourite part of the show.
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He said: 'It was beautiful. It is a good show and one of the best shows in the region. When you come to this show you know what you are going to get. You are going to get nostalgia.'
There will also be a food village, funfair, ground based displays with hundreds of classic cars, retail and charity stands and stalls, tank rides and Monster Truck experiences.