Original article from Kent Live
The famous Royal Air Force display team the Red Arrows are set to fly over Kent this afternoon.
The spectacular airshow is due to take place in airspace over Sussex, Kent and Surrey (Sunday, June 27).
Residents in several locations will be able to get a glimpse.
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The team will fly past Benenden, Headcorn, Harrietsham and Sevenoaks as part of their journey on Sunday.
The Red Arrows have started performing again after the coronavirus crisis caused a number of air shows to be axed.
And the popular Hawk T1s were grounded earlier this year after a plane crashed in Cornwall, causing two pilots to eject.
But the formation team will be flying from Farnborough, Hampshire, at 3.46pm, giving plane enthusiasts the chance to see the display team.
They are due to reach Kent airspace just before 4pm in Benenden before reaching Headcorn exactly on the hour.
By 4.22pm you should be able to see them over Harrietsham and shortly after that in Sevenoaks.
Red Arrows route in full
1. Farnborough – 3.46pm
2. Elstead – 3.48pm
3. Pulborough – 3.51pm
4. Newhaven – 3.55pm
5. Northiam – 3.55pm
6. Benenden – 3.59pm
7. Headcorn – 4pm
8. Harrietsham – 4.22pm
9. Sevenoaks – 4.25pm
10. Reigate – 4.28pm
11. Pirbright – 4.30pm
12. Farnborough – 4.31pm