We arrived at Old Warden at our usual time of just before 11ish to find the place packed, and unfortunately foggy. However by the time the display started the fog had cleared, and there were a few patches of blue sky dotted around. The display was billed as partly as a Cold War era fast jet reunion, although the line-up was partly depleted due to the Golden Apple F-86 Sabre still lacking an engine. It was also the last display with Tony Haig-Thomas in charge of the collection, and so the banner pick-up which started off proceedings paid tribute to him.
More photos: Shuttleworth Autumn Air Display – October 2012