East Fortune Airshow: Airship cancelled due to technical problems
Technical problems have prevented an airship from taking part in the East Lothian airshow at the weekend.
The state-of-the-art Lindstrand HS110 Hot Air Airship was due to take to the skies at the event at the National Museum of Flight at East Fortune.
East Fortune was home to the airships of World War I.
The Red Arrows will be at Saturday's show for the first time in five years. On the ground, there will be motocross and circus displays.
The show will also include the Great War Display Team with its replica SE5a and Junker CL1 aircraft re-enacting a World War I dogfight and the SWIP Twister Duo and the RV8ers who will showcase formation aerobatics.
In a first for the National Museum of Flight, the airshow will feature a 1941 Fairey Swordfish Mark 1 biplane as well as a 1935 Avro Anson, an example of which can be seen on the ground in the museum's own collection.
There will be the chance to meet a Concorde pilot and the crew from a Royal Navy Sea King helicopter.
Visitors will also be able to experience a Spitfire cockpit flight simulator and see military vehicles and model aircraft displays on show.
All of the National Museum of Flight's hangars will be open with highlights including Concorde.
Grant MacKenzie, National Museum of Flight's general manager, said: "This year's airshow has a fantastic line-up of entertainment, both in the air and on the ground.
"We're obviously delighted that crowd favourites, the Red Arrows are returning to the National Museum of Flight and we have lots of other wonderful displays and activities that we know will delight our visitors.
"There is something for everyone at this event, which is one of Scotland's best family days out."
The show starts at 10:00 on Saturday.