June 29, 2022, 0:38

    Red Arrows flypast route mapped for Goodwood and Battle of Britain airshow displays

    Red Arrows flypast route mapped for Goodwood and Battle of Britain airshow displays

    Brits will be able to see the incredible Red Arrows fly past them over the course of this week.

    The diving and darting shiny red icons will be visible blazing across the skies today (June 23) as they make their way to the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

    More exciting events over the course of the weekend will see the Red Arrows soar across southern England, away from their usual base at Scampton in Lincolnshire.

    Today the route takes them across England on the way to Goodwood in Chichester, West Sussex.

    Only recently the acrobatic air wonders dazzled Brits with their performance in the flypast for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

    With such a busy schedule ahead, plenty of Brits will be able to see them as the highly-trained pilots in their famous Hawk T1A aircraft fly over close to their heads.

    So where can you see the Red Arrows?

    Red Arrows flypast route this week

    The Red Arrows wowed Brits during the jubilee celebrations
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    The Red Arrows have a busy schedule ahead of them and will today fly over from Scampton to Farnborough. Here's when to catch them.

    The Festival of Speed Display:

    • Farnborough – 12.19pm

    • Elstead – 4.06pm
    • Cranleigh – 4.07pm
    • Billingshurt – 4.08pm
    • Petersfield – 4.12pm
    • Havant – 4.13pm
    • Funtington – 4.14pm
    • Goodwood (display) – 4.15pm
    • Arundel – 4.37pm
    • Farnborough – 4.39pm

    Transit from Farnborough to Scampton:

    • Farnborough – 6.40pm
    • Finchampstead – 6.42pm
    • Towcester – 6.49pm
    • Collingham – 6.59pm
    • Scampton – 7.02pm

    Friday June 24, will see more displays at Goodwood & Headcorn’s Battle of Britain Airshow.

    The full schedule is as follows:

    • Farnborough: 12.47pm
    • Elstead: 12.49pm
    • Petworth: 12.51pm
    • Battle: 12.57pm
    • Northiam: 12.58pm
    • Benenden: 12.59pm
    • Headcorn display: 1pm
    • Harrietsham: 1.22pm
    • Westerham: 1.23pm
    • Dorking: 1.26pm
    • Frimley: 1.29pm

    For Saturday, there will also be "ground teams & displays for Armed Forces’ Day events" in Scarborough and Cleethorpes, as well as flypasts at Whitby and Filey.

    On Sunday June 26, there will be a third display at Goodwood, followed by one at Weston Air Festival.

    Where can I see the Red Arrows?

    The Red Arrows will be at some major events, including the British Grand Prix
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    The Red Arrows are taking part in a number of events in 2022, including the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Royal International Air Tattoo.

    The latest display of the "speed, agility and precision" the RAF describe will show yet another amazing display after 5,000 in 57 countries over the course of 58 years.

    They will also resume their regular spot this year with fantastic displays of aerial close-calls at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, July 3.

    Military Airshows has a full list of Red Arrows air shows for the rest of the year from July.

    July

    • July 2 – Wales National Airshow
    • July 3 – Teignmouth Airshow – 5.00pm
    • July 3 – Silverstone – British Grand Prix
    • July 3 – Wales National Airshow
    • July 9 – Southport Airshow
    • July 10 – Southport Airshow
    • July 15 – Royal International Air Tattoo, RAF Fairford
    • July 16 – Royal International Air Tattoo, RAF Fairford
    • July 17 – Royal International Air Tattoo, RAF Fairford
    • July 20 – Peterhead – Scottish Week
    • July 20 – RAF Lossiemouth Familes Day Display
    • July 21 – RAF Leeming Familes Day Display
    • July 23 – The Making Waves Festival 2022, Irvine, Scotland
    • July 24 – Bray Air Display, Ireland
    • July 28 – RAF Marham Familes Day Display

    August

    • August 10 – Falmouth Week
    • August 13 – Whitby Regatta
    • August 13 – Blackpool Airshow
    • August 14 – Blackpool Airshow
    • August 17 – Cromer Carnival
    • August 18 – Eastbourne International Airshow
    • August 19 – Eastbourne International Airshow
    • August 20 – Eastbourne International Airshow
    • August 21 – Eastbourne International Airshow
    • August 21 – Folkestone Air Display
    • August 25 – Clacton Airshow
    • August 26 – Clacton Airshow
    • August 26 – Sidmouth Airshow
    • August 27 – Rhyl Airshow
    • August 28 – Rhyl Airshow

    September

    • September 1 – Bournemouth Air Festival
    • September 1 – Bournemouth Air Festival
    • September 3 – Bournemouth Air Festival
    • September 4 Bournemouth Air Festival
    • September 8 – Guernsey Air Display
    • September 8- Jersey International Air Display
    • September 10 – Causeway International Airshow, Portrush, Northern Ireland
    • September 11 – Great North Run

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