Plane enthusiasts were dazzled by the Red Arrows as Airbourne came to a spectacular close.

Thousands of spectators lined the coast to watch the finale of the free air show in Eastbourne, which included Spitfires, a Typhoon, a Battle of Britain memorial flight and a display by the Tigers Army Parachute Team.

The Red Arrows impressed the crowds below as they performed a stunning display off the Sussex coast.

The airshow came to an eye-catching end with a glittering fireworks display.

The annual event faced a difficult start, with the Red Arrows grounded on the first day of the airshow due to a technical fault and some flypasts being cancelled due to poor weather on Friday.

However, as Sussex basked in sunshine over the weekend, many flocked to the beach to enjoy the warmer weather and watch the spectacle above.

Marking its 29th anniversary, Airbourne boasts a two-mile flying display line across Eastbourne’s seafront.