Battle of Britain flypast CANCELLED as insurance prices rocket following Shoreham disaster

Two Supermarine Spitfires
Private Spitfire owners had been planning their own Battle of Britain fly-past
A group of private Spitfire owners had hoped to organise the touching commemoration, but were told they would need third party cover of £250 MILLION.The revelation came as dramatic footage emerged showing the landing gear failing to deploy properly on a Vulcan bomber jet, forcing the plane to make an emergency landing.The Shoreham crash and other high profile air scares in recent months have pushed insurance premiums through the roof, raising the prospect of many air shows becoming economically unviable.