Overview of the red arrows and the Patrouille de France: the exact hours that you can see them on the Essex and Suffolk

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The red Arrows should fly over Essex this afternoon, along-side their French counterparts. With the Patrouille de France, the aerobatic team of world-renowned will celebrate 80 years since the historic speech of Charles De Gaulle in occupied France with a festive exhibition across England.

This exhibition will also mark the visit of French president Emmanuel Macron, London.

After crossing London to 17 hours, the red arrows will fly directly in the middle of the county over areas such as Brentwood, Chelmsford and Colchester, Essex.

When the aircraft will reach the Essex, the French team was to leave and fly to France, which means that the inhabitants of the surrounding towns and villages will be able to see the team display british fly over the skies of Essex.

Here is exactly when and where you can see the red arrows this afternoon.

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Where and when you can see the red arrows



The path of the red arrows on Thursday, 18 June

Weather warnings for rain and thunderstorms are in place for most of the county throughout the day.

This means that it is possible that the display is turned off, but there has been no update of the red arrows until now.

These schedules are therefore subject to change depending on weather conditions.



The team of aerobatics of the Royal Air Force, the red arrows, is one of the best teams in vaulting in the world.

Representing the speed, agility and precision of the RAF, the team is the public face of the service.

They assist in the recruitment into the armed forces, act as ambassadors for the United Kingdom at home and abroad and promote the best of British.

Flying fast jets Hawk distinctive, the team is composed of pilots, engineers and support personnel, essentially with operational experience of first line.

Together, they demonstrate the excellence and capabilities of the Royal Air Force and of the capable and talented staff of the Service.

The teams will depart from Brize Norton in west Oxfordshire to 16 h 40, to reach the west of London at 16: 57.

At 16: 58, the teams survoleront Richmond Park in London, before reaching Horse Guards Parade-to 17-h.

The british team will then make its way onto the Essex.

Ilford / Romford – 17: 01

Navestock – 17h02

Brentwood / Doddinghurst – 17: 03

Chelmsford – 17h04

Witham / Hatfield Peverel – 17: 05

Tiptree / Layer Marney – 17h06

Colchester South-West – 17h07

The team will then take a slight turn to the north and will be heading towards the centre of Colchester, passing in front of Langham, Dedham and East Bergholt before reaching Stowmarket in Suffolk to 17h11.

This means that the residents of Essex would have a little more than ten minutes to have a glimpse of the famous red arrows.

The aircraft will go through then the Suffolk and Norfolk before landing in Lincolnshire.

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