Queen’s Jubilee: Red Arrows appear in flypast
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The Red Arrows aerobatic team will debut at the Farnborough Airshow in a stunning flypast this morning. The team – which has become a staple for most British celebrations – have had a busy month, with their first displays commencing from July 2. Their latest carries them between their Fairford and Scampton bases, and past crowds at the Farnborough show.
They set off in just a few short hours, following a path that brings them in a wide arc over the southwest.
The teams have a packed schedule that starts in just over an hour, lifting off from RAF Fairford at 10.16am.
For just over half an hour they will embark on a route over the area, bringing them to Farnborough by 10.30am.
The planes will exit the show over locations such as Swindon, Reading and Winslow before landing again at RAF Scampton before 11am.
The Red Arrows will embark on the following route this morning:
RAF Fairford: 10.16am
Vicinity of Swindon: 10.18am
East of Little Somerford: 10.19am
East of Chippenham: 10.20am
Southwest of Welford: 10.24am
South of Woolton Hill: 10.25am
Southwest of Basingstoke: 10.27am
South of Odiham: 10.28am
North of Well: 10.29am
Vicinity of Farnborough: 10.31am
West of Farnham: 10.32am
Vicinity of Reading: 10.34am
Vcinity of Winslow: 10.38am
West of Northampton: 10.42am
South of North Searle: 10.51am
RAF Scampton: 10.53am
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