A huge crowd turned out for Friday’s flight of the Red Arrows at Airbourne 2015.
The RAF aerobatic display team flew wing-to-wing releasing trails of red, blue and white vapour to the delight of the watching crowd.
The Reds flew past the seafront in a series of low sweeps showing off the incredible skills of those at the controls.
Established in 1964, the team has been at the forefront of the RAF for more than 50 years.
The display was the first of three to be flown by the pilots this weekend and will flying again at 4.30pm today and at the same time on Sunday.
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