THE Red Arrows are due to return to North Wales tomorrow (June 8).

On Thursday, the aircraft are to base themselves at RAF Valley on Anglesey for their display at the Isle of Man TT races.

Flying from RAF Waddington in Lincoln, the Red Arrows are scheduled to arrive at RAF Valley at either 12.34pm or 3.24pm.


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This will depend on whether they leave RAF Waddington at either 12.10pm or 3pm.

A spokesperson for RAF Valley said: “They are indeed covering TT races on June 8, so will almost certainly fly in to RAF Valley to refuel.

“I suspect they will transit to us directly from RAF Waddington via the most direct route at altitude and avoiding air traffic zones.”

The Red Arrows will return to North Wales on the bank holiday weekend of August 26-27, when they perform their displays at both days of the annual Rhyl Air Show.

They appeared at last year’s event, using Hawarden Airport as their base.

Last August, they also delighted residents of North Wales when they flew over the region as part of their RAF Valley flypast.

This was part of the RAF's aerobatics team's RAF Shawbury to North Wales, and then to Lincoln, flypast, for the late afternoon and evening.