In Pictures: Red Arrows display
The 2009 Red Arrows display was an eagerly-awaited high point of the fiesta. All images Chris Kelly
The aerial display team performed a host of airborne formations above a bumper crowd.
The Red Arrows was probably the most photographed event at this year's fiesta.
This formation is known as Concorde - bound to go down well with the Bristol crowd.
The Arrows provide a great opportunity to test your filming skills.
The team performed this dive in the diamond formation
Necks were craned from start to finish.
This formation is known as Viggen, which is a type of attack aircraft and means 'thunderbolt'.
Soon after the aerobatic display, the crowds can expect a mass balloon ascent in fine flying conditions.
This formation is called the swan.
This crowd member has spotted a spectacle to photograph...
The planes hurtled towards the ground creating an arc of coloured smoke.
These two Hawk aircraft crossed in mid-air as part of the intricate display.
More of the jets joined in to create colourful smoke streams.
There was rapturous applause as the display drew to an end.
The planes left a heart in the sky and a lasting impression on the fiesta crowd.
Jackie Linehan snapped the Red Arrows display from Flax Bourton.
The Hawk aircraft could be seen for miles around Ashton Court.