Red Arrows flypast route: Iconic jets to fly over Nottinghamshire just before England Euros final

The Red Arrows are to fly over Nottinghamshire this weekendThe Red Arrows are to fly over Nottinghamshire this weekend
The Red Arrows are to fly over Nottinghamshire this weekend | Getty Images
They’ll be returning to their Lincolnshire base following a performance at the Southport Air Show

The Red Arrows are set to fly over Nottinghamshire just prior to England’s Euro 2024 final against Spain on Sunday (July 14). 

The iconic red jets will return to their base at RAF Waddington following a performance at the Southport Air Show on Merseyside. 

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According to Military Airshows, the jets will leave Liverpool John Lennon Airport at 7.20pm on Sunday, before heading east back to Lincolnshire. 

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At approximately 7.34pm the aircraft will be over the vicinity of Matlock, Derbyshire, as they transit to RAF Waddington. 

They will continue east before reaching Edwinstowe at around 7.37pm. 

Arrival at RAF Waddington is scheduled for 7.41pm. 

England’s game will kick off at 8pm, just after the Red Arrows fly over the county.

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Aviation enthusiasts will also be able to catch a glimpse of the jets as they transit to Liverpool John Lennon Airport on Saturday, July 13. 

The aircraft are set to soar over the village of Ravenshead, near the Papplewick Pumping Station, at 2.23pm. 

More information can be found on the Military Airshows website.

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