The famous Red Arrows will be taking flight again this weekend as part of their busy summer schedule. A planned appearances at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo on Friday was cancelled due to adverse weather - but spectators at the Blackpool Airshow will get to see the RAF jets on both Saturday and Sunday.
As the planes head to their destinations, they will fly near and over Greater Manchester this weekend. Lucky attendees at the Blackpool Airshow will get the chance to see the RAF jets twice, with displays on Saturday and Sunday, while they will also fly over Whitby Regatta and Warton on Saturday.
However, if you can't make it to the events themselves there's no need to worry. Some in Greater Manchester will still be able to catch a glimpse of the Red Arrows in flight, in some cases from their back garden. READ MORE:Huge emergency response after car ploughs into house On Saturday, the Red Arrows will set out from RAF Scampton shortly at 1.15pm, and appear above the Whitby Regatta for a display at 1.30pm, returning to their base a little over half an hour later.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk