Even though the sky has become slightly more grey as we head into the weekend there will still be some spectacles in the air as the Bray Air Display is starting today.
The award-winning air display is Ireland's biggest and most popular aerobatics display. There will be a selection of aircraft on display and some will be performing such as demonstrations from some of the country’s most critical services The Irish Air Corps and Coastguard Search and Rescue helicopters.
As part of the festivities the world-famous RAF Red Arrows will carry out a flypast along the River Liffey at around 8 pm this evening as they arrive in Ireland, the flypast will include 11 jet aircraft.
Paul McCann from the Irish Aviation Authority says it's one of the biggest air displays in Europe:
"Over the weekend we will have 40 aircraft there will be some vintage aircraft, some warbirds some airliners, some fighter jets, the Air Corp will be participating, then parachuting and then on Sunday the world-famous Red Arrows will be providing a show."
The event begins at 3:30 pm today and 2 pm tomorrow. For more information please click here.