The Red Arrows are set to fly from RAF Fairford on the Wiltshire border this afternoon  (June 7).

The iconic RAF Red Arrows are due to take off from RAF Fairford at 4pm today on their route to RAF Valley Transit.

They were originally supposed to fly over parts of Swindon and Wiltshire for a second time on Saturday as part of the Jubilee celebrations, but this got cancelled due to the weather, leaving people disappointed.

The timings and routes, as always are subject to change at short notice due to weather or other requirements, but these are currently the times where people can expect to see them.

RAF Fairford to RAF Valley Transit - June 7:

1. 514101N 0014724W FAIRFORD AD - 4pm

2. 514752N 0014703W N OF ALDSWORTH - 4.02pm

3. 521247N 0022551W NE OF BROMYARD - 4.08pm

4. 523915N 0025216W NE OF PONTESBURY - 4.13pm

5. 530611N 0035430W VCY OF CAPEL CURIG - 4.20pm

6. 531344N 0040831W VCY OF BANGOR - 4.22pm

7. 531453N 0043207W VALLEY AD - 4.25pm

They are then expected to change their route toward the Isle of Man.