An estimated 10,000 people visited Sywell Aerodrome this weekend to attend the first ever Piston & Props show.
The event, which ran from 10am to 5.30pm on Saturday and Sunday, included a Spitfire display, wing walkers and a fly-in of visiting aircraft.
Other attractions included a drag race, a display of classic cars and live music from Elle & the Pocket Belles.
Mark Ashman, on e of the organisers of the event, said it was such a success that it may become a permanent fixture in Sywell’s calendar.
He said: “It has been brilliant we had as many people in on Saturday as we did on Sunday.
“There are not many events like this around so I think people like to come to them.
“It is the first year we have organised it and we were ,looking at doing it biannually but, after this success, we may look to run it every year.”
The fine weather for the event helped draw a large crowd of people, some of whom had travelled a long distance.
Pete Ayres, a racing driver who travelled from Gloucestershire said it was an event that he would come to again.
He said: “If the weather had been bad it would have been miserable but it has been enjoyable, particularly on Sunday.”
Richard Fabian, aged 63, of Kettering, said: “I think it has all been very impressive. I would come back if it was held again.”
Adrian Smith, aged 39, of Bedford, said: “I think there has been a good selection of cars and planes. I think for £17 entry it has been good value for money.”