Original article from Kent Live
The Red Arrows will take to Kent's skies for the first time in more than a year this afternoon (June 25).
The famous Royal Air Force display team will fly over the county ahead of the Battle of Britain Airshow taking place in Headcorn near Ashford.
After a year of uncertainty amid the coronavirus pandemic, our favourite display team will be back in front of crowds this weekend.
Scheduling for the Red Arrows flights is precise and they will be in Kent just before 1pm.
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As part of their journey, the team will fly past much of west Kent.
People in and around Benenden, Headcorn, Harrietsham and Sevenoaks should all look to the skies in the early afternoon.
The jets will arrive from East Sussex before shooting off towards Surrey and Farnborough.
You can follow live updates below as Kent gets ready to welcome back the Red Arrows.
We should be in for an exciting afternoon
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In the next couple of hours, the Red Arrows will be returning to our skies for the first time in over a year.
The popular display team will head over much of West Kent around 1pm.
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