MORE fighter jets flew over the city this afternoon ahead of several air shows.

Around “six or seven” jets believed to be South Korea’s air display team were heard around 1pm flying over Brighton again today.

The squadron, known as the Black Eagles, flew over the city and towns in Sussex twice between 9am and 10am yesterday.

They are due to fly at the Royal International Air Tattoo which runs from tomorrow, Friday, July 15, to Sunday, July 17 at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire.

The Argus: Fantastic picture by Amanda GlinsmanFantastic picture by Amanda Glinsman

They are also performing at Farnborough International Airshow from Monday, July 18 to Friday, July 22.

Yesterday, they flew from Boscombe Down in Salisbury before flying over  Chichester, Arundel, Brighton and Eastbourne.

Argus Camera Club members captured several brilliant pictures of South Korea’s equivalent of the Red Arrows.

The Argus: Picture by Kevin LongPicture by Kevin Long

Kevin Long captured this picture of the nine fighter jets flying over Lancing yesterday.

Martin Brewer also pictured the jets off the coast of Newhaven.

The Argus: The Black Eagles in formation. Picture from Stuart WilliamsThe Black Eagles in formation. Picture from Stuart Williams

Amanda Glinsman also captured them flying over their house.

Stuart Williams also captured these great pictures.