Red Arrows to Wow Spectators in Devon Tomorrow

The renowned Red Arrows are gearing up to put on a dazzling display over Devon tomorrow evening. The RAF Aerobatics team, with nearly six decades of experience in thrilling audiences worldwide, will be gracing the skies at the English Riviera Airshow on Saturday, June 1. Here is a detailed schedule of their flight path and timings for spectators to catch a glimpse of the spectacular show.

The eight-aircraft display will kick off its journey at Exeter Airport just before 3pm, departing from RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire. The Red Arrows will commence their performance at 5.25pm, zooming over Cullompton at 5.27pm, then making their way west towards Halwill Junction near Beaworthy, passing by at 5.32pm. By 5.35pm, they will be visible further south over St Mellion in Cornwall, before crossing back into Devon to fly over Totnes at 5.39pm and Torbay at 5.40pm. The grand finale will take place over the English Channel just off the coast of Paignton at 6.02pm, with a graceful landing back at Exeter Airport at 6.07pm.

For those who miss Saturday’s show, there’s still a chance to catch a glimpse of the Red Arrows departing from Exeter Airport on Sunday morning. The aircraft will take off at 10.10am, soaring north-east over Ottery St Mary at 10.12am, en route back to RAF Brize Norton.

The English Riviera Airshow, located at Esplanade Road in Paignton, offers free admission and promises a thrilling lineup of events on the ground alongside captivating aerial displays. Spectators should note that routes and timings are subject to change based on weather conditions, so it’s advisable to stay tuned for updates.

Don’t miss out on this exhilarating opportunity to witness the Red Arrows paint the skies with their mesmerizing aerobatic skills over Devon tomorrow.