Aircraft from the RAF's world-famous aerobatic display team are heading south for a flypast at Farnborough Airshow in Hampshire — and then to Scotland for displays on Saturday and in Ireland on Sunday.
Their flightpath from RAF Scampton to Farnborough takes them over villages west of Northampton including Harpole and Kislingbury at around 12.12pm then across the A43 south of Blisworth and the A5 near Towcester.
The return trip probably less than half-an-hour later goes directly over Roade, Collingtree, Northampton town centre, and Brixworth sometime between 12.37pm and 12.45pm
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Red Arrows’ flypasts have become must-see events — even in ‘transit’ between displays, without their trademark red, white and blue trailing smoke behind them.