RHYL Air Show attracted a record-breaking crowd this year with the highest attendance in its five year history.
The aviation extravaganza saw between 140,000 and 150,000 people flock to the area over the weekend to catch a glimpse of the world-famous Red Arrows and the iconic Avro Vulcan.
Sian Davies, Denbighshire Council's events manager said: “The air show is going from strength to strength and the reputation is growing throughout the UK.
“People are travelling from miles away to come and see it.
“This year was the highest turnout we have had.
“Both of the days were well attended.
“This year the Vulcan was a big draw, it entertained the veterans and aviation enthusiasts alike.”
The show was arranged by Denbighshire County Council, in partnership with Rhyl Town Council, Royal Air Force and Royal Air Force Association and the show will return again next year.
Alongside the flying programme, there was plenty of activity on the ground including and air show village, arena displays, children’s entertainment.