Leuchars Airshow organisers provided enthusiasts with a line-up of Typhoons wearing markings worn by all six UK-based Typhoon Squadrons, namely those of numbers 1, 3, 6, 11, 29 and 41. Leuchars-based jets from 1 and 6 Squadrons masqueraded as Coningsby-based jets, whilst still carrying their Echo and Foxtrot prefix codes. The markings were gone by Monday morning, making photographs of these Typhoons unique to the last ever RAF Leuchars Airshow.
Formerly on strength with F21, this Viggen is now located at the "Aeroseum", situated in a once top-secret Swedish Air Force bunker carved out of solid rock. The "experience centre" is still under construction, but guided group visits are possible.
To commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, 111(F) Squadron have applied their wartime code letters - prefixed "JU" - to two of their Tornado F3s, as worn by the squadron's Hurricanes in 1940. The name worn under the cockpit of JU-L is that of Sgt W L Dymond DFM, a 111(F) Squadron Hurricane pilot who was credited with 11 Victories. He was posted as missing in action, 2nd September, 1940.