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Crowds flock to RAF Waddington Air Show in Lincolnshire

8 July 2013 Last updated at 07:51 BST

More than 145,000 people visited the RAF Waddington Air Show, in Lincolnshire, to watch displays from the Red Arrows and see a Vulcan bomber.

Organisers said the show had attracted one of its biggest ever crowds, with Lincolnshire Police reporting six-mile tailbacks on the A1.

Gemma Dawson spoke to air show director Paul Sall, Sqn Ldr Mark Jackson, Lt Emrah Bayri, Sqn Ldr Mike Ling, and Vulcan pilot Kev Rumens.

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