Large crowds enjoy Old Buckenham Air Show after delays due to weather
- Credit: Sonya Duncan
Aircraft enthusiasts enjoyed displays Old Buckenham Airshow after the schedule was revised due to rain and cloud,
The event at Old Buckenham Airfield in South Norfolk will showcase a wide variety of aircraft from the aerial treasures of World War II to the latest aerobatic aircraft, all flown by the world's top pilots.
The show - which continues on Sunday - will feature appearances from the Hawker Hurricane, Spitfire, Mustang and three-fin Miles Messenger to the Sally B the Boeing B-17 flying fortress
On the ground is a busy show with masses of classic cars, military displays, stands, stalls and activities.
The air show was one of the biggest events on Norfolk Day and will continue on Sunday.
The flying programme was revised after early rain and cloud and talks were held with pilots.
The first plane in the air in the afternoon was a Russian YAK52 flown by Nigel Wilson.
He is a flying instructor in his spare time and also owns other planes including a Spitfire.
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Air show organisers tweeted on Saturday night: "To confirm we are accepting any tickets from today who didn't attend for tomorrow. The weather looks better and look forward to seeing you from 10am."