"The Cotswold Air Show 2011" was held at Kemble on 18-19 June 2011 - attendees included - .
The theme of the show was the Hawker Hunters 60th birthday with eight aircraft airborne and flying in formation! .
Four of the Hunters flew a "missing man" formation in honour of Steve Mills, Kemble's Chief Fire Officer, who was killed in an accident earlier in the year .
Two Dutch aircraft attended - Hawker Hunter F6A N-294.... .
.... and two seat Hawker Hunter T8C N-321 .
The Vulcan team emphasized its effect on crowd attendance but even its presence could not persuade large crowds out in Saturday's cold, wet and windy weather .
The big noise on Sunday was provided by two Tornado GR4's .
This year's display Tucano T1 ZF378 is in a special scheme .
Two others having been written off over recent years, Sea Fury VX281 is a new additional to the Royal Navy Historic Flight .
Brendan O'Brien has fun landing his Cub G-BPCF on the fast moving runway .
During the air show lunch break on Sunday Dakota N347DK (formerly G-AMSV of Air Atlantique and many other airlines) arrived from Ireland. it is for overhaul before going to the Indian Air Force Historic Flight .
Lufthansa Resource Technical Training's (non flying) VFW 614 D-ASDB which is used to train students made a rare appearance outside of their hangar .
Apart from the air show, Kemble is known for its stored and soon to be scrapped aircraft. Most recent arrivals are six ex RAF Dominies.... .
.... also stored are three ex Farnair Hungary Fokker F27's - they seem unlikely to find new operators .
Chevron deal with BAe 146's between leases at Kemble. These are not usually accessible but G-CFZM in Jagson Airlines colours was visible at the end of their apron . Photos: David Depledge