The world famous Red Arrows will fly over Harborough today (Friday, June 4)

Here is the pilots' schedule for the day

Friday, 4th June 2021, 3:49 pm
The Red Arrows will be flying over Market Harborough at about 3.20pm today (Friday). Photo by Peter Crowe.

The Red Arrows will be flying over Market Harborough at about 3.20pm today (Friday).

Pilots from the RAF display team will be flying from their base in Scampton, Lincoln, to RAF Fairford in Cheltenham.

During the journey they will be flying over Market Harborough and then the west of the Northamptonshire - in the Long Buckby area - this afternoon.

The Red Arrows route

The team will be heading to the Midlands Air Festival, which is to take place at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire over the weekend.

A Red Arrows spokesperson said: "The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team is due to the display at the Midlands Air Festival today (Friday) and tomorrow (Saturday June 5), plus a flypast on Sunday.

"This will be the first UK public display by the team since July 2019."

The RAF team's schedule is as follows:

Red Arrows Scampton to Fairford:

RAF SCAMPTON - 3.10pm

HARBY - 3.12pm

NW OF BOTTESFORD - 3.15pm

MARKET HARBOROUGH - 3.20pm

NW OF LEARFIELD - 3.27pm

ALDSWORTH - 3.29pm

RAF FAIRFORD - 3.30pm

To find out more about the Midlands Air Show at Ragley Hall visit https://www.midlandsairfestival.com/