Red Arrows over West Country: Where and when to see them

The Red Arrows
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The famous Red Arrows are set to fly over the West Country today - and here are all the locations and times that you should be able to see them.

The RAF Aerobatics team, which have been performing displays worldwide for almost 60 years, are due to appear at two air shows on Saturday, June 1. Firstly they are displaying at the Midlands Air Show at 12pm, before then closing the English Riviera Air Show in Devon at 5.40pm

The eight-aircraft display will take off from RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire at 11.44am today. They will then fly over the Cotswolds and parts of Gloucestershire before the 12pm display. They will then return to Brize Norton, touching down at 12.30pm, before flying to Exeter Airport at 2.39pm where they will fly over parts of Somerset ahead of a 3pm arrival

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They will then take off to begin their display at 5.25pm, arriving in Torbay at 5.40pm. They will finish their display over the English Channel just off the coast of Paignton , at 6.02pm, before coming back in to land at Exeter Airport at 6.07pm.

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