Red Arrows set to fly over Shuttleworth on Sunday

The famous RAF display team will carry out the flypast as part of the Flying Festival of Britain Drive-In Air Show.

Thursday, 3rd June 2021, 10:05 am
Updated Thursday, 3rd June 2021, 10:06 am
The Red Arrows will fly over Shuttleworth on Sunday (Pic: Getty)

The Red Arrows will be visible in the skies above Shuttleworth this Sunday (June 6), when they carry out a flypast as part of the Flying Festival of Britain Drive-In Air Show.

The show will take place on Sunday from 10am, with flying set to start at 2pm and end at 5pm.

However, the RAF was unable to confirm the team's flightpath for the day.

A spokesman said: "Unfortunately, to ensure we do not encourage large gatherings / crowds and due to extant COVID restrictions, the RAF is currently unable to offer detail on routings to or from any flypasts across the UK.

"However, we are hopefully looking to return to normal post the easing of restrictions which is likely planned for 21 June."

As well as the flypast by the famous display team, the show expects visits from other aircraft including a Hawker Hurricane I, British Aerospace Jetstream from Cranfield University and the Global Stars Display Team.

Shuttleworth Collection aircraft will also be on show.

However, all aircraft are subject to serviceability and weather conditions.

You can find out about other events planned for Shuttleworth - including a Military Air Show Drive-in Display, Family Airshow and Flying Circus - online.