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The iconic Red Arrows will take to the skies three times over the next three days, participating in the Midlands Airshow. Across Friday, Saturday and Sunday the Red Arrows will put on an epic display alongside several other aircraft.

The Midlands Air Festival is taking place from June 4 to June 6, at Ragley Hall, Alcester, Warwickshire.

Ticket holders will experience Friday Nightfire, Weekend Air Displays and Hot Air Balloon Launches.

The main flying displays are held on Saturday and Sunday, with a variety of aircraft for all audiences, from helicopters, high energy aerobatics to warbirds, aerial ballet and fast jets.

Unfortunately, tickets for Saturday and Sunday have sold out, but some lucky people will be able to see the fun of the show from their back garden.

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The Red Arrows will take flight on Friday night and Saturday and Sunday afternoon.

On Sunday they will also be spotted flying over the Flying Festival of Britain drive-in air show at Shuttleworth.

Their route will take them over Fairford, Aldsworth, Malvern and Tenbury Wells on Friday night before heading over Redditch and ending at the air show.

On Saturday, a similar route will take place, with an additional flight path to Swindon, Malmesbury, Upton Noble, Sturminster Newton and Exeter.

Sunday will see the Red Arrows fly over Exeter, Worcester, Stratford and both the Midlands Airshow and Shuttleworth Festival.

The routes for each day are below.

Times are in BST, and routes could be subject to change due to the weather.

Red Arrows Midlands Air Festival Display – Friday, June 4, 2021

1. Fairford – 6.05pm

2. NW of Aldsworth – 6.07pm

3. SE of Great Malvern – 6.11pm

4. W of Great Malvern – 6.13pm

5. NE of Tenbury Wells – 6.15pm

6. N of Redditch – 6.18pm

7. VCY of Redditch – 6.19pm

8. Midlands Air Festival – 6.20pm

9. E of Evesham – 6.42pm

10. Fairford – 6.56pm

Red Arrows Midlands Air Festival Display – Saturday, June 5, 2021 (Red route on map):

1. Fairford 12.45pm

2. NW of Aldsworth 12.47pm

3. SE of Great Malvern 12.51pm

4. W of Great Malvern 12.53pm

5. NE of Tenbury Wells 12.55pm

6. N of Redditch 12.58pm

7. VCY of Redditch 12.59pm

8. Display Midlands Air Festival 1.00pm

9. E of Evesham 1.22pm

10. Fairford 1.30pm

Red Arrows Fairford to Exeter – Saturday 5th June 2021 (Orange route on map):

1. Fairford 4.20pm

2. VCY of Swindon 4.22pm

3. E of Malmesbury 4.23pm

4. E of Upton Noble 4.28pm

5. SW OF Sturminster Newton 4.31pm

6. Exeter 4.38pm

Red Arrows Midlands Air Festival & Shuttleworth Flypast – Sunday, June 6, 2021:

1. Exeter – 1.35pm

2. W of Cullumpton – 1.37pm

3. SW of Norton St Philip – 1.45pm

4. W of Great Malvern – 1.53pm

5. SE of Worcester – 1.55pm

6. Midlands Air Festival Flypast – 1.57pm

7. W of Stratford upon Avon – 1.58pm

8. NW of Oxhill – 1.59pm

9. Long Compton – 2.00pm

10. VCY of Leighton Buzzard – 2.06pm

11. NW of Clophill – 2.08pm

12. Shuttleworth Festival Flypast – 2.09pm

13. Potton – 2.10pm

14. NW of March – 2.14pm

15. NW of Bottesford – 2.20pm

16. Collingham – 2.22pm

17. RAF Scampton – 2.25pm

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