Cloudy weather has grounded some of the aerial displays at the Sunderland International Airshow.
Now in its 29th year, the three-day event is thought to be the biggest free annual airshow in Europe, and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors.
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight has been cancelled, but organisers hope the Red Arrow display will go ahead.
Despite the weather, thousands have gathered at the Seaburn and Roker seafronts.
A member of the RAF Typhoon team tweeted: "Easily the most rewarding display we've done this year! @SunAirshow - thanks for staying around in the wind and rain to watch!"
Weather permitting, there will be further events on Sunday.