The Red Arrows are set to fly over the Lake District today (June 18) on their route to Prestwick.

The exciting fly-over is part of their route from Scampton to Prestwick and the route has been released with estimated times, which means you could catch a glimpse of the aircrafts.

This afternoon the air force will make their route across different locations in the Lake District and here's the route:

Scampton - 2.10pm

South East of Gainsborough - 2.12pm

South of Holme of Spalding Moor - 2.16pm

North of Tadcaster - 2.19pm

South of High Wooddale - 2.24pm

South West of Haverthwaite - 2.31pm

North East of Cardurnock - 2.38pm

North East of Enterkinfoot - 2.43pm

Prestwick - 2.48pm

The Red Arrows are currently based at RAF Scampton which will be closed by 2022 when they will be relocated to another RAF base.

In May 2020 it was announced that the Red Arrows would be based at RAF Waddington and relocation will take place before RAF Scampton closes in late 2022. The airspace over RAF Scampton will be retained for the team's training and display practice.

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