Look to the skies on Saturday for your final chance to see the majestic Vulcan soaring over the North East.
The Vulcan XH558 bomber, which proved a highlight of the Sunderland International Airshow in the past, will be flying over the region before retiring.
The iconic Cold War aircraft will be stopping at Durham Tees Valley Airport and Newcastle Airport as part of a celebratory national tour, before it takes a final trip back to its home in Doncaster.
The distinctive delta-winged jet will spend hours flying around the country on Saturday and Sunday giving its fans a last chance to see it before it is finally grounded forever later this month.
The former RAF bomber will fly a circuit across northern England and Scotland on Saturday and then another circuit around southern England and Wales on Sunday.
Times have yet to be confirmed but the flights are expected to start after noon each day.
This weekend’s tour is being classed as “the most comprehensive tour of the XH558”.
Designed to bomb Russia, the aircraft has lost sponsors over the years and it’s become harder to find people capable of servicing her. As such, the decision was taken to retire the last flying Vulcan.