Red Arrows: Exact timings, route and locations that famous RAF jets will flyover Hampshire for Queen's Jubilee

THE Red Arrows will be flying over Hampshire as part of the Queen’s jubilee.

Wednesday, 1st June 2022, 6:18 pm

The famous RAF aircrafts are taking part in a fly-past on June 2 as part of the celebrations.

According to Military Airshows, the Red Arrows will be passing over northern Hampshire.

Read More

Read More
Red Arrows Portsmouth: 18 best photos capture the spectacle of the Red Arrows di...

Sign up to our daily newsletter

Red Arrows. Picture: Habibur Rahman

If you are hoping to get a glimpse of the famous planes, here’s all you need to know:

Where can you see Red Arrows in Hampshire?

The Red Arrows will be flying over the northern parts of the county..

Including Farnborough, Basingstoke and Aldershot.

The route goes as far south as Alton, according to Military Airshows.

They are not expected to fly over Portsmouth or any of the towns in our area.

What time can you see the Red Arrows in Hampshire?

The Red Arrows will set off from East Anglia at approximately 11.45am.

The route will see them fly down the east coast, over Essex and into central London.

After that they will head down to Hampshire.

It is expected they will fly over our county between 12.50pm and 1.30pm.

So make sure you are carefully watching during that time period!