The red arrows are back at Bournemouth The airport again this weekend – as they prepare for performances at events across the south.
The world-famous team aerobatic display team landed at the airport in Hurn, Christchurch last week as they prepared for a flight on the Isle of Wight Festival Friday night.
This weekend, the RAF Aerobatic Team arrives at Bournemouth Airport on Saturday around noon. 19.50 for a night stop.
Their schedule has been published on Military Airshows.
They are due to show up at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on Sunday for a viewing where they leave Bournemouth Airport at. 12.31 and returns across Lymington at. 13.08, before landing in Bournemouth at 13.11.
The best of the British. The show season is underway and the Red Arrows were in action today between Bournemouth and the Isle of Wight. Here they make their overflight with a boom of Bournemouth airport before circling ashore. They’re leaving early tomorrow for another show @rafredarrows pic.twitter.com/ccRoIXlKaN
– josephanthony.eth (@ joeair17) June 17, 2022
They then depart from the airport at 16.18, flying north of Verwood and over Sturminster Newton at. 16.23 on the way to Weston Air Festival before landing again at Bournemouth Airport at 17.04.
The Reds then leave Bournemouth Airport to return home to Scampton at 7.10pm on Sunday night.
They will, of course, return to The Bournemouth Air Festival, which is scheduled to take place from Thursday, September 1st to Sunday, September 4th.
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 that is planned, the performances across the south coast will be one of 32 events that the Red Arrows have participated in this summer.