|F-86 Sabre||Hawk T1||Carolyn Grace||Flt Lt Juliette Fleming||Tucano T1|
|Tucano T1||Flt Lt Dan Hayes||Gloster Meteor||Gloster Meteor||RV8tors|
|RV8tors||RV8tors||RV8tors||Sea Fury||Sea Fury|
|Catalina||Catalina||Curtiss Hawk 75||Curtiss Hawk 75||Breitling Wingwalkers|
|F-86 Sabre||F-86 Sabre||F-86 Sabre||F-86 Sabre||F-86 Sabre|
|Black Cats||Black Cats||Black Cats|
On Thursday 12 May, Imperial War Museum Duxford launched the Spring Air Show theme of Celebrating Women in Aviation with a flying visit from RAF female serving personnel encompassing a wide range of different backgrounds and departments within the Royal Air Force.
Thousands of visitors visited Duxford for the Spring Air Show on Sunday 22 May.
Despite blustery weather conditions, a fantastic flying programme wowed the crowds, including Anna Walker flying the rare Supermarine Seafire alongside Carolyn Grace in the Spitfire; aerobatic pilot Diana Britten in the CAP 232; Polly Vacher in the Piper Dakota, Helen Holliday in the Vans RV6, Tracy Curtis-Taylor in the Ryan PT-22, Clare Tector in the Chilton, Tizi Hodson in the Firefly, Mel Saggers in the Prentice and Anna Walker in the Jungmann.
Flight Lieutenant Juliette Fleming drew the flying programme to a close with a spectacular performance in the RAF Hawk.