World famous Red Arrows to fly over Northamptonshire TODAY

The RAF team will be heading back to its base in Scampton after attending The Trooping of The Colour and the G7 summit

Saturday, 12th June 2021, 10:10 am
Updated Sunday, 13th June 2021, 11:40 am
The RAF Red Arrows are famous for their acrobatic displays. Photo Getty Images

The world famous Red Arrows will fly over Northamptonshire TODAY (Sunday, June 13).

But you need to be quick to catch a glimpse — and don't expect any red, white and blue smoke or fancy loop-the-loops and fly-pasts.

On their way back to RAF Scampton, in Lincolnshire, the jets will fly over the Gayton/Rothersthorpe/Upton/Duston area of the county at 1.53pm.

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The orange line is Sunday's route over Northamptonshire

These routes may change due to weather or other requirements.

The full flight route is listed below. Or to view the interactive flight map, click here.

Red Arrows return to Scampton (Sunday)

W CULDROSE AD - 1.15pm

NW OF FALMOUTH - 1.17pm

W E OF BODMIN - 1.21pm

N OF BUDE - 1.25pm

N OF WILLAND - 1.33pm

W OF TROWBRIDGE - 1.41pm

W OF STOW ON THE WOLD - 1.48pm

S OF GAYTON - 1.53pm

SW OF EATON - 2.00pm

NE OF NORTH SCARLE - 2.04pm

SCAMPTON AD - 2.05pm