The most exciting, explosive Wings & Wheels to date enthralled and delighted over 30,000 visitors on Sunday 26th and Monday 27th August. A fantastic combination of new and old aircraft thrilled crowds as the Red Arrows, Vulcan and Battle of Britain Memorial flight took part in the five hour airshows along with unique formation displays from the Meteor T7 and Hawker Hunter, Spitfire and Mustang, Fokker and Apache.
We had an amazing day yesterday. Over 7,000 cars and approximately 20,000 people.
Our official photographer Tony Hart has uploaded a few snaps from yesteday here, which gives a taste of what visitors have to look forward to today!
Bring plenty of water and sunscreen - its going to be a scorcher.
Ladies and gentlemen the Captain has now turned on the fasten seat-belt sign so please return to your seat, ensure your seat back and tray tables are in their full upright position as you are about to experience the journey of a life-time on-board the UK's most famous Boeing 747 at Wings & Wheels 2012.
The oldest operational British jet, the Gloster Meteor T7, is the latest star to be announced in the already impressive 5 hour aviation display which will be taking place at Dunsfold Wings & Wheels this bank holiday weekend.
The Wings & Wheels launch got off to a flying start yesterday (Tuesday 14th August) as two Hawks swooped in to help the team with their Guinness World Record attempt.