The Red Arrows will be back at Bournemouth Airport again this weekend – as they prepare for appearances at events across the south.
The world-famous team aerobatic display team touched down at the airport in Hurn, Christchurch last week as they prepared for a flypast at the Isle of Wight Festival on Friday night.
This weekend, the RAF Aerobatic Team will arrive at Bournemouth Airport on Saturday around 7.50pm for a night stop.
Their schedule has been published on Military Airshows.
They are due to appear at Goodwood Festival of Speed on Sunday for a display, leaving Bournemouth Airport at 12.31pm and returning over Lymington at 1.08pm before landing at Bournemouth at 1.11pm.
Best of British. Display season underway and the Red Arrows were in action today between Bournemouth and the Isle of Wight. Here doing their overflight with a flourish of Bournemouth airport before circling to land. They depart tomorrow morning on to another display @rafredarrows pic.twitter.com/ccRoIXlKaN
— josephanthony.eth (@joeair17) June 17, 2022
They will then depart the airport at 4.18pm, flying north of Verwood and over Sturminster Newton at 4.23pm en route to Weston Air Festival before landing again at Bournemouth Airport at 5.04pm.
The Reds will then leave Bournemouth Airport to return home to Scampton at 7.10pm on Sunday evening.
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Of course, they’ll return for The Bournemouth Air Festival, which is scheduled to take place from Thursday, September 1, to Sunday, September 4.
In a repeat of last year’s event, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team will take to the skies over Bournemouth and Poole for the four-day spectacular.
In a packed summer flying scheduled, the performances over the south coast are due to be one of 32 events attended by the Red Arrows this summer.