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This is when the RAF Red Arrows are due to fly over Suffolk today




The RAF Red Arrows will take to the skies over Suffolk today as part of a national flypast.

The aerobatic team will take part in the Defence and Security Equipment International flypast, which will see them take off from Scampton, Lincolnshire, just before midday.

They are then set to fly over Woodbridge at around 12.27pm and then across the county to East Harling, near Thetford, where they are due to pass at 12.32pm.

The RAF Red Arrows are due to fly over Suffolk today. Picture: Keith Heppell.
The RAF Red Arrows are due to fly over Suffolk today. Picture: Keith Heppell.

They will then head north over Norfolk and land back in Scampton at 12.46pm.

But the Red Arrows have warned that timings and routes may change due to weather or other requirements.

There is currently a yellow weather warning in place for heavy rain today which could affect the flypast.

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