The 2017 Wales Airshow brought in over £8.4m to Swansea's local economy, according to a new report.
This figure means that the two-day event was a record breaker, not just generating more money for the city than ever before, but also attracting more visitors than ever.
The event saw more than 250,000 people pass through its gates to witness the amazing peformances of the RAF Red Arrows, the Lauren Richardson bi-plane, a MiG-15 and the Bristol Blenheim.
Swansea Council was responsible for running the Wales Airshow, with Swansea University acting as the event's main sponsor.
Cllr Robert Francis-Davies, Swansea Council's cabinet member for culture, tourism and major projects, said: "Not only did the event give world class entertainment to over 250,000 people, but it also generated a record £8.4m for Swansea's economy - that's £600,000 more than last year.
"Along with other events and activities, the airshow has a key role in supporting a tourism industry that's worth over £400m and 5,000 jobs every year for Swansea."
Record crowds turning out to be wowed by the airshow, helped in part by the good weather across the weekend.
Swansea’s own aerial daredevils, Team Raven, took part in the event too and kicked things off on the Saturday in spectacular style, wowing the crowds with their incredibly acrobatics.
Other acts included the Autogyro, Pitts Special, Bristol Blenheim, RAF Tutor, Strikemaster and a memorial Battle of Britain fight, showing off classics like the Spitfire and Hurricane.
The Red Arrows stole the show on Sunday with near perfects weather conditions allowing the RAF team to perform to their fullest.
Overall, over a quarter of a million people attended the event, making it the biggest ever.
The show will be back again next year.
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