Pictures of Duxford Summer Air Show 2022 at IWM Duxford
- Credit: Gary Brown
Aviation enthusiasts and families attended this year's Duxford Summer Air Show at the Cambridgeshire airfield on Saturday and Sunday.
Among the historic aircraft to take to the skies over the weekend were much-loved Flying Fortress 'Sally B', the last remaining airworthy B-17 in Europe, and the 'NHS' Supermarine Spitfire.
Attendees also witnessed a flypast of the famous Flying Fortress in formation with The Blades aerobatics team.
The first day's aviation action saw a flypast by the iconic Red Arrows, while the Stichting Fokker Four S-11 Instructors from the Netherlands performed a display for Duxford's visitors.
Saturday's flying programme at the IWM site was affected by the weather, with a number of cancellations, and there was a "minor incident" on the Duxford runway the following day.
On Sunday morning, a de Havilland Dragon Rapide tipped onto its nose as it landed at the historic Cambridgeshire airfield.
No one was injured, and the air show continued as planned in the afternoon.
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An IWM Duxford spokesperson said: "Ahead of the Air Show on Sunday morning, there was a minor incident with an aircraft at IWM Duxford in which it suffered a mechanical fault upon landing.
"The pilot acted swiftly and safely to rectify the issue. None of the individuals on board were injured and the incident was immediately dealt with by the onsite emergency services.
"Everything was resolved and the flying programme began as planned at 1.15pm."
As well as live music and re-enactment groups on the ground, the Duxford weekend's flying programme also included Rich Goodwin's Jet Pitts - Muscle Biplane, a pair of Strikemasters, the Norwegian Air Force Historical Squadron's MiG-15 and de Havilland Vampire in tandem, Team Raven's aerobatics, and a Catalina.
The RAF Falcons, one of the premier parachute display teams, also dropped in on Father's Day.