RAF flypast route tracker: How to watch Red Arrows in March 31 flyby today

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RAF Red Arrows will make an unexpected flypast today, with a route across the UK. The planes traditionally only debut during special events, such as a national celebration. But today’s impromptu debut will catch some people by surprise.

How to watch the RAF Red Arrows flypast today

The Red Arrows are due to fly across parts of the southeast today.

People living in areas where the planes are due to cover can watch from their homes. 

Their route will cover parts of Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, London and more this morning.

People can catch them as they pass through 14 different locations today from 10.37am to 11.30. 

They will take the following route: 

RAF Scampton: 10.37am

South-east of Fiskerton: 10.39am

South of Rickinghall: 10.54am

North-west of Haverhill: 10.59am

West of Hertford: 11.03am

Watford: 11.05am

North-west of Uxbridge: 11.06am

Runnymede Air Force Memorial: 11.08am

South-east of Wentworth: 11.09am

Wokingham: 11.11am

West of Skirmett: 11.13am

Northampton: 11.19am

North-west of Collingham: 11.28am

RAF Scampton: 11.30am

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