It's the fourth and final day of the 2015 Bournemouth Air Festival.
We're all hoping the weather comes good to allow the Vulcan to make its last ever appearance at the event as this year is its final ever season in the air.
Highlights: The mighty Vulcan at 3.30pm, the Red Arrows at 3pm, the noisy Typhoon, Spitfire and the MiG15.
There is no dusk display, Night Air at the Piers or fireworks display today.
You'll find details on parking, the park and rides, facilities at the seafront and how to get here in our essential guide to Bournemouth Air Festival
Don't forget to enter our photo competition - you could win a new camera!
Please note that all aircraft listed below are subject to availability and weather conditions - but we'll keep you up-to-date with any changes that may occur in our daily coverage.
Sunday, August 23
Royal Marines Beach Assault at 12.30pm
Flying from 1pm to 2pm
- Sea Vixen (1pm)
- The Blades
- RAF Tutor
- RAF Hawk T2 role demo team
- Black Cats helicopter display team
Flying from 2pm to 3pm
- The Matadors
- Sally B
- BBMF (Dakota, Hurricane, Spitfire) flying at 2.30pm
- Red Arrows (3pm)
Flying from 3pm to 5pm
- Tigers parachute team
- Patrouille Reva
- Rolls Royce Spitfire
- Vulcan 3.30pm
- RAF Typhoon
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- WATCH: What it's like to fly with The Blades display team
You can find much more coverage in our dedicated Air Festival section