Great Yarmouth Air Show 2018

The leader of Great Yarmouth Borough Council has said the town's first air show "went very well".

The Great Yarmouth Air Show has proved a big hit on social media with hundreds of positive comments posted on how well it went.

It has been a flying success that has put Great Yarmouth firmly on the map.

The policing commander in Great Yarmouth has praised visitors attending this weekend's airshow after the event passed peacefully.

The two day Great Yarmouth Air Show has proved a fantastic weekend of aerial displays enjoyed by tens of thousands of people.

The man who helped to bring tens of thousands of people to the Great Yarmouth Air Show has called it the most hi-tech and sophisticated event of its kind in Norfolk.

One of the chief organisers of the Great Yarmouth Air Show has spoken of his delight at seeing 80,000 people attend the event's first day.

The first day of the Great Yarmouth Air Show has been hailed a massive success.

Tens of thousands of people have enjoyed the Great Yarmouth Air Show and our photographer has been out capturing the crowds.

One of the display acts for today's Great Yarmouth Air Show has been forced to pull out due to mechanical issues.

People are being warned that is forbidden to fly drones or kites during the Great Yarmouth Air Show.

It is the second day of the Great Yarmouth Air Show today with tens of thousands of people descending on the seafront.

Discover who is at the controls of the Red Arrows when they fly today.

A bumper crowd of tens of thousands of people has enjoyed the first day of the Great Yarmouth Air Show.

An army parachute team has dropped into Great Yarmouth to help the town celebrate its first air show

A couple from Birmingham made sure they got a prime view of the Great Yarmouth Air Show by securing a seafront bench.

Pilots at Great Yarmouth Air Show have said conditions are perfect for flying.

Preparations are running smoothly ahead of the first display at the Great Yarmouth Air Show.

Excitement is building in Great Yarmouth this morning as the town and tens of thousands of people prepare to celebrate the start of the air show.

Saturday is the day Great Yarmouth is put firmly on the aviation map.

After months of planning Great Yarmouth's new air show is ready for take-off this weekend.

A Red Arrows simulator is one of the extra attractions along the Golden Mile set up specially for the air show, along with an array of food, drink, craft, gift and charity outlets.

Aircraft will be buzzing over Great Yarmouth seafront at its first ever show this weekend- but the shoreline has seen aerial action in the past - when it was a vital First World War military base repelling enemy airships, navy vessels and submarines.

Travellers are being advised to allow plenty of time for journeys this weekend, with 175,000 visitors expected to flock to Great Yarmouth for the town's first air show.

A mixed weather forecast has been predicted for the big weekend in Great Yarmouth.

One of the greatest aerial spectacles of the modern world, the smoke-trailing Red Arrows' high speed precision flying has made them stars around the globe.

Motorists are being steered towards two large park-and-ride sites on the outskirts of Great Yarmouth.

With just days to go before planes from all eras roar over the coast here's a quick rundown of what to expect and how to make the best of your visit.

The police have issued travel and safety advice to the thousands of people expected to attend a huge event in the Great Yarmouth calendar.

The programmes for the Haven Great Yarmouth Air Show brochures are now out and can be picked up for just £5 from the EDP office at Prospect House in Norwich and the Great Yarmouth Mercury and Lowestoft Journal EDP offices.

The upcoming air show could be your chance to make a grand gesture of love by dedicating a giant smoky heart in the sky.

The spectacular flying skills of the Red Arrows will star in a mid-afternoon "prime time" slot on both days of the new Great Yarmouth Air Show.

The guardians of an historic herring boat have issued an urgent appeal for a skipper.

The bravery and flying skills of First World War pilots will be re-lived over Great Yarmouth seashore in one of the highlights of the upcoming new air show.

The organisers of next month's air show are encouraging people who live in Great Yarmouth not to drive to the event.

A pair of aerobatic planes have practised their looping manouevres over the Great Yarmouth seashore.

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