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Red Arrows to fly over Norfolk today - here’s where to see them

PUBLISHED: 07:51 18 June 2020 | UPDATED: 08:51 19 June 2020

The Red Arrows flypast at the D-Day 75th anniversary service at Arromanches. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The Red Arrows flypast at the D-Day 75th anniversary service at Arromanches. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The Red Arrows are set to roar through Norfolk’s skies this afternoon.

The famous aerobatics team will take part in a flyover in London this evening to mark 80 years since Charles De Gaulle’s historic speech to occupied France alongside their French counterparts, La Patrouille de France.

The Red Arrows will set off from RAF Brize Norton at 4.41pm and arrive in London shortly before 5pm, carrying out a flypast over Richmond Park and Buckingham Palace.

MORE: Your stunning photographs of the Red Arrows flying over Norfolk for VE Day

As the jets fly back, their route will see them fly north over Eye, passing East Harling at 5.13pm before travelling over Norfolk to Whissonsett at 5.17pm.

French Alpha jets of the Patrouille de France and the UK Royal red arrows aerobatic planes spraying lines of smoke in the colors of the French flag fly over the Arc de Triomphe, left, in Paris, Thursday, June 18, 2020 as part of commemoration for the 80th anniversary of Charles de Gaulle's radio appeal to his countrymen to resist Nazi occupation during WWII. French President Emmanuel Macron is traveling to London to mark the day that De Gaulle delivered his defiant broadcast 80 years ago urging his nation to fight on despite the fall of France. In a reflection of the importance of the event, the trip marks Macron's first international trip since France's lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)French Alpha jets of the Patrouille de France and the UK Royal red arrows aerobatic planes spraying lines of smoke in the colors of the French flag fly over the Arc de Triomphe, left, in Paris, Thursday, June 18, 2020 as part of commemoration for the 80th anniversary of Charles de Gaulle's radio appeal to his countrymen to resist Nazi occupation during WWII. French President Emmanuel Macron is traveling to London to mark the day that De Gaulle delivered his defiant broadcast 80 years ago urging his nation to fight on despite the fall of France. In a reflection of the importance of the event, the trip marks Macron's first international trip since France's lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

They will return to their base at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire at around 5.27pm.


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