Red Arrows will take to the skies for 'Jubilee Flypast' - when and where to see them - The Worcester Observer

Red Arrows will take to the skies for 'Jubilee Flypast' - when and where to see them

Worcester Editorial 1st Jun, 2022   0

THE WORLD-RENOWNED Red Arrows will take to the skies over Worcestershire over the next three days to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

And county residents will have three chances to spot the iconic aircraft which are in the Midlands for the Midlands Air Festival at Ragley Hall this week.

Their ‘Jubilee Flypast’ flight path on Thursday, June 2 through to Saturday, June 4 will take them across the Malverns, to Bromsgrove, Alvechurch and Redditch before heading south across Evesham and the Cotswolds.

The Red Arrows will make an appearance at the sold-out Air Festival at 5.30pm on Thursday (June 2), 3.45pm on Friday (June 3) and at 11.45am on Saturday (June 4)




A tight schedule has been organised as they travel to Alcester in a loop from their Fairford RAF base.

All timings and route are subject to change depending on weather conditions.


When you will able to see the Red Arrows on Thursday (June 2) 

5.15pm – Fairford

5.17pm – Aldsworth

5.20pm – Severn Stoke

5.22pm – Catley Southfield

5.24pm – Lindridge

5.28pm – Rowney Green

5.29pm – Redditch

5.30pm – Air Festival Display

5.46pm – Evesham

6.05pm – Fairford

When you will able to see the Red Arrows on Friday (June 3) 

3.30pm – Fairford

3.32pm – Aldsworth

3.35pm – Severn Stoke

3.37pm – Catley Southfield

3.39pm – Lindridge

3.43pm – Rowney Green

3.44pm – Redditch

3.45pm – Air Festival Display

4.01pm – Evesham

4.20pm – Fairford

When you will able to see the Red Arrows on Saturday (June 4) 

11.30am – Fairford

11.32am – Aldsworth

11.35am – Severn Stoke

11.37am – Catley Southfield

11.39am – Lindridge

11.43am – Rowney Green

11.44am – Redditch

11.45am – Air Festival Display

12.01pm – Evesham

12.20pm – Fairford

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