The iconic Red Arrows are scheduled to fly over Wiltshire with residents hoping to catch another glimpse.

Many locals were thrilled to spot the aircrafts soaring through the county’s skies on Saturday, June 8, on their way to and from the Portsmouth Armed Forces Day display.

But the popular aerobatic team is scheduled to fly over Wiltshire once again on Thursday, June 13, ahead of the RAF Waddington flypast.

They will take off from Fir Boundary at 3.39pm and will travel across several counties before reaching RAF Waddington at 4.46pm.

During this journey, they are due to travel north from Dorset before passing over Batcombe, in Shepton Mallet, at 3.52pm and Upper Minety, near Malmesbury, at 3.57pm.

During those five minutes, the Red Arrows’ route will take them across Wiltshire, passing over towns including Chippenham and Corsham, but residents will have to be quick to catch a glimpse of the iconic display team.

They will then head northwest of Rendcomb, near Cirencester, as part of their journey to RAF Waddington in Lincoln.

This route and timings may be subject to change depending on weather or other requirements.