Exact time to see Red Arrows in our skies for Midlands Air Festival today

The world-famous Red Arrows will be in our skies today (June 1) for the Midlands Air Festival
-Credit: (Image: Claire Hartley)


The Red Arrows are set to be seen in all of their glory across parts of Warwickshire today. They will be making an appearance at the Midlands Air Festival.

According to the online Metcheck website, the RAF Red Arrows formation routes/forecasts will see the legendary display team arrive in our area just before lunch. The route shows that they are due to be at the air festival site at Ragley Hall at 12noon.

The route shows that they will be in full display in the skies above Alcester for around 22 minutes before heading towards West of Bretforton to make their way back to Brize Norton.

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Their appearance is one of the highlights of the three-day festival, which started yesterday and is due to run until tomorrow night (June 2). Hundreds of air balloons of all shapes and sizes have been dazzling the crowds and this is set to continue with a mass ascent later today.

There are also more than 45 aircraft displays, rides, pyrotechnic displays and a spectacular fireworks finale. The festival is ticket only.

For more information visit the Midlands Air Festival for further details.

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