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The RAF Aerobatics Team brought the 2008 air show to a close with their rolling display.
A Spitfire, Hurricane, Dakota and Seafire which served in WW2 commemorated the Battle of Britain.
Aerobatic team The Blades started the 2008 Battle of Britain Air Display.
The King Air, Tucano and Tutor that are all used for training by the RAF gave a demonstration.
The Eurofighter Typhoon and Hawk jets provided some noisy entertainment in the 2008 Air Display.
The Lynx Black Cat and Chinook took part in the 2008 Battle of Britain Air Display.
The day before the display some of the aircraft taking part paraded for the public at the airport.
Leon Crease was the man charged with piloting the King Air in the 2008 Battle of Britain Air Show.
Seafire pilot John Beattie told us about flying the Seafire for the Battle of Britain Air Display.
Pilot Stew Campbell told us about the Tucano training jet on its visit to Guernsey.
Squadron Leader Phil Millward told us about the Hawk training jets.