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Red Arrows route map: times and places to spot the flyover today | United Kingdom | New

After performing at the Isle of Wight Festival on Friday June 17, the Red Arrows took to the skies today for a flypast on Banbridge Armed Forces Day in Northern Ireland as well as the highly anticipated Duxford Air Show. From the far south to the northwest, this is the route the Red Arrows have taken and must take for today’s shows.

Formed in 1964, the Red Arrows are the Royal Airforce’s aerobatic team based at RAF Scampton.

Over time, their iconic exhibits have become must-visit events, garnering widespread attraction as the pinnacle of most major national commemorations.

It’s been another busy year for the Arrows. Entering its 58th season, this weekend is jam-packed with shows for audiences to enjoy.

Saturday will see the jets perform at two events, diving from Bournemouth to Aldergrove in Northern Ireland and then to Duxford for a flypast to complete the world-class display.

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Which route will the Red Arrows take?

Coming from Bournemouth at around 11am this morning, the Red Arrows flew over the western parts of England and Wales to Aldergrove in Northern Ireland for Banbridge Armed Forces Day at 12pm.

From Aldergrove, the jets will return overseas to England from the direction of Point Lynas in North Wales at around 2.32pm before heading towards the Midlands, passing through parts of Shropshire and Worcester to reach the Costwolds at 2:57 p.m.

From Upper Oddington, the planes will fly east over Chacombe, Shillington and Therfield before reaching Duxford at 3.09pm for the flyover.

Here is the list of approximate times for each area of ​​the Duxford Flypast route today:

  • 543927N 0061257W – Aldergrove, NI – 2:14 PM
  • 543307N 0060821W – South of Serrykillultagh, NI – 2:16 PM
  • 541957N 0053146W – By sea – 2:20 p.m.
  • 532450N 0041722W – Around Point Lynas – 2:32 p.m.
  • 523235N 0024729W – Church Stretton vicinity – 2:45 p.m.
  • 521904N 0021650W – South of Stourport-on-Severn – 2:49 p.m.
  • 515720N 0021859W – Staunton vicinity – 2:53 p.m.
  • 515558N 0014035W – Upper Oddington vicinity – 14:57
  • 520535N 0011726W – Surroundings of Chacombe – 3:00 p.m.
  • 515956N 0002749W – Shillington vicinity – 15:06
  • 520107N 0000456W – West of Therfield – 3:08 p.m.
  • 520524N 0000756E – Duxford flyover – 3:10 p.m.
  • 520200N 0001432E – Saffron Walden vicinity – 15:11
  • 515306N 0001406E – Stansted – 3:15 p.m.

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From world-class training teams to the daring aerial acts of the Aerosuperbatic WingWalkers, the show promises solid entertainment for ticket holders as well as extensive historical exhibits and workshops on the grounds.

Tickets for Saturday June 18 are no longer available however, there is still time to get tickets for Sunday’s show.

To book, visit the site here.