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The Red Arrows will take to the skies for a practice flight this morning, treating people across England to a spectacular display.
The aircraft will take off from RAF Scampton around 10:40am, and the flight will last around an hour. The planes will pass over Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Northampton and parts of London before returning to base.
Travelling at 645mph, the jets will also fly over the Runnymede Air Force Memorial as part of their route.
The timings are provisional and may change slightly depending on weather conditions.
But here's the route in full, and what time you should be looking to the sky if you want to spot the iconic jets.
Red Arrows flight path
- 10.37am – Take off from RAF Scampton
- 10.39am – Fly south east of Fiskerton in Nottinghamshire
- 10.45am – Fly over the North Sea
- 10.54am – Fly south of Rickinghall in Suffolk
- 10.59am – Fly north west of Haverhill in Suffolk
- 11.03am – Fly west of Hertford in Hertfordshire
- 11.05am – Fly in the vicinity of Watford in Hertfordshire
- 11.06am – Fly north west of Uxbridge in London
- 11.08am – Fly over at Runnymede Air Force Memorial
- 11.09am – Fly south east of Wentworth in Surrey
- 11.11am – Fly in the vicinity of Wokingham in Berkshire
- 11.13am – Fly west of Skirmett in Buckinghamshire
- 11.19am – Fly in the vicinity of Northampton in Northamptonshire
- 11.28am – Fly north west of Collingham in Nottinghamshire
- 11.30am – Land back at RAF Scampton
Based at RAF Scampton, the Red Arrows are one of the world's best aerobatic display teams. They're the public face of the RAF, and have taken part in more than 5,000 display flights in 57 different countries.
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