11-13 July - Check the weather forecast at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire for The Royal International Air Tattoo.
Officially recognised as the world's largest military airshow in 2003 by the Guinness World Records with 535 aircraft in attendance, Europe's greatest airshow returns with air arms from 25 nations and 10 hot-air balloons.
A variety of aircraft will be on show from around the world including:
Helicopters, such as the Army Air Corps Apache aircraft flown by Prince Harry
Display team aircraft, including the Breitling Wingwalking Team
The Royal International Air Tattoo will also be marking the 40th anniversary of two of the world's most successful military aircraft; the Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon and the BAE Systems Hawk, with a global gathering of both.
There will be opportunities to meet the air crews, get close to the aircraft and explore a huge variety of entertainment, including the Techno Zone, an interactive showcase designed especially for youngsters.
The Met Office will have a stand in the Techno Zone, so pop by and see how we forecast high-level weather thousands of feet in the sky, to allow aircraft to fly safely and efficiently.