A weekly newspaper produced a souvenir edition to thank the organisers of an airshow which brought 70,000 to its patch.
The Herne Bay Gazette carried 10 pages of coverage of the show, run by a team of volunteers.
The Gazette’s team covering the show also provided comprehensive coverage after a man collapsed by the town’s pier during the event.
Editor Leo Whitlock said: “We all know that doom and gloom normally sells papers so it’s nice to splash on a positive story that we hope will see hundreds more papers fly out of the shops.
“The encouraging comments on our online story and on social media made the decision a no brainer.”
The airshow was a precursor to Kent’s commemorations of the Hardest Day, the 24-hour period which saw the heaviest losses on both sides during the Battle of Britain.
The Gazette carried a double-page spread paying tribute the RAF heroes who took to the skies above Kent to take on the German Luftwaffe.
Leo added: “It’s nice that our front page headline could have a double meaning.”