The Red Arrows will be making their final flight over Northampton for 2021 on today (Thursday, September 16).
The world famous RAF acrobatic team are heading south to Bournemouth ahead of a date at the Isle of Wight Air Show on a 645mph flightpath which is due to take them overhead between 11am and 12 noon.
According to military-airshows.co.uk their unofficial flight route takes them from Market Harborough above the A508, somewhere between Upton and Kislingbury and then south over Gayton before turning right to head out over Oxfordshire.
And they will do all that between 11.23 and 11.28pm.
The Arrows are heading to Bournemouth via a fly-past over Cardiff City Hall to mark the opening of a Battle of Britain 80th anniversary exhibition postponed from last year.
Provisional plans have the Arrows flying over Rushden and Kettering on tomorrow's trip back to RAF Scampton.