The Red Arrows are set to perform a pair of displays on Wednesday 25 August, giving aviation enthusiasts plenty of chances to see them enprlute.
First, the RAF jets will fly from their base at Scampton to Syereston just before 1.00pm, with the aircraft visible at various points around the East Midlands.
They will then perform a display for the Friends and Families Day event at RAF Marham, near Kings Lynn, at 4.00pm.
While these displays are closed to the public, there will again be plenty of opportunities to see the aircraft en-route – here’s everything you need to know.
According to the Military Airshows website, which produced the map below, the first of the day’s Red Arrows displays will arrive at RAF Syerston around 1.00pm.
The route follows these timings:
The aircraft will arrive for the Marham display at 4.00pm, and will be visible in the skies on their way there and back from RAF Scampton as follows:
The Red Arrows is the aerobics display team of the RAF, officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team.
Formed in 1964, and their flypasts have become must-see events, and the displays often grace major national commemorations.
Made up of nine red jets, they usually fly in their trademark diamond formation, with red, white and blue smoke trailing behind them.
They are currently based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire, but will be relocated to RAF Waddington in 2022.
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