England’s sunny skies will be lit up by the incredible Red Arrows today.
Many will be treated to the fantastic display by the iconic planes as the jets practice a route over Runnymede Air Force Memorial.
The trip will last just over an hour as they fly down from Scampton via Bury St Edmunds.
They head over Suffolk before passing over Hertfordshire.
Then the Red Arrows come into view in the capital, with people in west London most likely to catch sight of the incredible aircraft.
They pass Watford and Uxbridge just after 11am on their weather dependent route.
The near 650mph ‘practice’ formation flight will then head to Berkshire and Northampton.
Red Arrow pilots are due to land back at RAF Scampton at around 11am.
The planes were grounded on Thursday due to a Royal Navy jet crash in Cornwall.
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
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