The first day of the Farnborough Air Show has been closed down early following a downpour of heavy rain, organisers have confirmed.
The biennial event was opened by Prime Minister David Cameron and is due to run until Sunday.
An international trade show is running between Monday and Thursday, with Friday bringing Futures Day - an all-day event aimed at encouraging more schoolchildren into science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects.
Two public days will then take place on Saturday and Sunday.
But Monday's trade events were called off early after heavy rain flooded the site, causing lights to be switched off in the show halls due to safety reasons.
The rest of the afternoon's air display was also cancelled, but organisers were expecting to run a full programme of events on Tuesday (July 12).
A statement from Farnborough International Airshow said: "Due to the heavy rain, unfortunately we have had to cancel today’s flying display and close the show early.
"This is of course disappointing news but safety remains our number one priority.
"We expect to run a full programme of events tomorrow and the rest of the week. All of today's tickets are valid tomorrow.
"Please see our website for further details and updates."