Look to the skies this Saturday (6th July) at the Red Arrows will fly over central London.

You won’t be hugely surprised to realise that it’s for Pride, to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots that triggered the campaign for gay rights across the world.

And what could be more impressive than the Red Arrows strutting their stuff over London to mark the occasion.

According to the air traffic warning, the route and times are as follows:

  • 13:04 – FARNBOROUGH AD
  • 13:06 – W OF GODALMING
  • 13:13 – W OF HOLBOROUGH
  • 13:17 – CHIPPING ONGAR
  • 13:19 – GREAT NOTLEY
  • 13:20 – WITHAM
  • 13:22 – BRENTWOOD
  • 13:24 – ILFORD
  • 13:26 – BROMPTON
  • 13:27 – MORDEN
  • 13:29 – OCKHAM
  • 13:30 – GODALMING
  • 13:35 – W OF WINCHESTER
  • 13:49 – CARDIFF AD


Article last updated on July 3rd, 2021 at 09:56 am


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  1. Maurice Reed says:

    Might just see them from Walthamstow.

  2. Melvyn says:

    Saturday is the 6th July !

  3. Michelle says:

    Will the Red Arrows be able to pass through Reading at any time on Saturday do you think?.

    • ianvisits says:

      The flight route is in the article above. It doesn’t mention Reading.

  4. Rupert says:

    Hmm … I wonder if this will be the normal red, white and blue or if we will see unique rainbow flag coloured smoke for this one?

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