The world famous Red Arrows will fly over south Warwickshire today (Friday, June 4) and this weekend
Here is the pilots' schedule for the day
The Red Arrows will be flying over south Warwickshire today (Friday) and this weekend as part of the Midlands Air Show.
Flypasts will take place around the Midlands - but if you want to catch them, you would have to head out towards Ragley Hall near Alcester, where the show will be held.
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 Midlands Air Festival Display - Friday 4th June 2021
1. FAIRFORD - 6.05pm
2. NW OF ALDSWORTH - 6.07pm
3. SE OF GREAT MALVERN - 6.11pm
4. W OF GREAT MALVERN - 6.13pm
5. NE OF TENBURY WELLS - 6.15pm
6. N OF REDDITCH - 6.18pm
7. NEAR REDDITCH - 6.19pm
8. MIDLANDS AIR FESTIVAL - 6.20pm
9. E OF EVESHAM - 6.42pm
10. FAIRFORD - 6.56pm
Red Arrows Midlands Air Festival Display - Saturday 5th June 2021
NW OF ALDSWORTH 12.47pm
SE OF GREAT MALVERN 12.51pm
W OF GREAT MALVERN 12.53pm
NE OF TENBURY WELLS 12.55pm
N OF REDDITCH 12.58pm
NEAR REDDITCH 12.59pm
DISPLAY MIDLANDS AIR FESTIVAL 1.00pm
E OF EVESHAM 1.22pm
To find out more about the Midlands Air Show at Ragley Hall visit https://www.midlandsairfestival.com/