The Red Arrows will take to the Kent skies for the upcoming Battle of Britain airshow.
Arriving for the display in Headcorn tomorrow, the Royal Air Force aerobatic team will be flying over a number of Kent towns, giving residents across the county the opportunity to see the planes in action.
This week also marks a special occasion as it’s Armed Forces Day on Saturday.
Setting off from Farnborough Airport in Hampshire, the Red Arrows will first arrive in the county as they fly east of Benenden, before arriving for the Headcorn airshow at 1pm for the display.
“Flying into a busy few days for the Red Arrows,” a message on the team’s Twitter account read.
They will be at the Lincolnshire Show and Goodwood Festival of Speed today where the pilots will also be attending.
Over the following days, the team will also be at Scarborough, Cleethorpes and Whitby before returning to Goodwood on Sunday.
Display route and times
Farnborough 12.47pm; Elstead 12.49pm; Petworth 12.51pm; Battle 12.57pm; Northiam 12.58pm; Benenden 12.59pm; Headcorn display 1pm; Harrietsham 1.22pm; Westerham 1.23pm; Dorking 1.26pm; Frimley 1.29pm; Farnborough: 1.30pm.