140,000 people are heading to RAF Fairford this weekend for the world's biggest military airshow which starts today.
Organisers have been spending the last 3 days getting the 250 planes onto the site.
Tim Prince is the Chief Executive: "It's the largest millitary airshow in the world. We got that record back in 2002 and that year we had 523 planes here which was a Guiness World Record. There's nothing like it anywhere in the world of the size and number of aircraft so this is the one to come to."
"On May 19th there was a big fly past for the Diamond Jubilee at Windsor Castle. The only other place youll be able to see that this year is at the Air Tattoo. They'll be flying past on Saturday at about 12.30pm."
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