Published Sunday, 01 September 2013
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The highlight of the two-day show saw the world famous Red Arrows take to the skies over the Co Antrim town.
Red Arrows Pilot Mike Ling described his favourite moments of the display.
"The highlight for me is the manoeuvre called the corkscrew," he said.
"Four aircraft, two fly upside down in close formation, the other two roll in opposite directions around their smoke, that's my favourite manoeuvre personally."
The RAF planes formed just part of an extensive line up of 25 aircraft at the event.
Another highlight was the special commemoration of Northern Ireland's role in the Battle of the Atlantic involving the very rare Catalina flying boat.
This year is the 70th anniversary of the longest military campaign during World War II.
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