Red Arrows weekend schedule – the exact time you’ll be able to see them

The Red Arrows are set to take to the skies this weekend on Saturday evening (June 29). The squadron will embark on their journey from RAF Waddington to Bournemouth Airport, a trip that usually takes a swift 35 minutes.

They’re due to soar over Collingham at 7.03pm and reach Newark just a minute later. These sightings will occur after the team departs from their Lincolnshire base at 7pm.

Their flight path will see them crisscrossing from north to south, flying over Leicestershire, then near Banbury, Cheltenham and Bath before touching down on the south coast.

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Earlier in the day, the Red Arrows will be displaying their aerobatic prowess at the Shuttleworth Festival of Flight near Bedford. En route, they’ll execute an official fly-past over Rushden, close to Wellingborough, reports Nottinghamshire Live.

The Red Arrows route for Saturday evening, starting near Lincoln at about 7pm
The Red Arrows route for Saturday evening, starting near Lincoln at about 7pm

After this, they’ll head north for the Cleethorpes Armed Forces Weekend in North Lincolnshire. For those planning to watch the aircrafts’ flight over Market Harborough, they’re scheduled to pass directly above the town centre, flying over landmarks such as Rutland Water, Hallaton, Great Bowden, the Market Harborough High Street and East Farndon before crossing into Northants.

However, all timings are subject to change due to weather conditions and other factors.

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