THE world-famous Red Arrows display team will be seen flying over Tenbury tomorrow (Thursday) as they make their way to the Midlands Air Festival.

The Royal Air Force display team will be flying over the countryside near Tenbury, meaning people will have the chance to catch a glimpse.

When and where will the Red Arrows fly over?

The jets will set off from RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire at 5.15pm, according to, and will be seen above Bosbury, near Ledbury in Herefordshire, at 5.22pm.

They will then fly over the Bromyard area and then be northeast of Tenbury Wells at Lindridge at 5.24pm.

At 5.30pm they will be at the Midlands Air Festival.

They will also be at the festival on Friday and Saturday, meaning they will once again be seen over the area.

On Friday, the jets will be over Bosbury at 3.37pm and Lindridge at 3.39pm.

On Saturday, the times will be 11.37am and 11.39am respectively.

Where are the Red Arrows going?

The display team will be appearing at the Midlands Air Festival, in Warwickshire,from June 2 to 4.

Organisers said: "​The RAF Red Arrows are one of the finest and most respected jet aerobatic teams in the world and a national favourite whenever they display.

"Loved by young and old, the team’s nail-biting and exhilarating performances, showcasing precise formations with their wingtips just a few feet apart, are always a huge attraction.

"Their high-speed opposition passes and spectacular breaks make for a heart-stopping show never to be missed."

What are the Red Arrows?

The Red Arrows represent the speed, agility and precision of the RAF, it says.

The Red Arrows assist in recruiting to the Armed Forces, act as ambassadors for the UK and promote the best of British.

Flying distinctive Hawk fast-jets, the team is made up of pilots, engineers and essential support staff with frontline, operational experience.

Based at RAF Scampton is Lincolnshire, the Red Arrows have been displaying since 1965.