Hawk jets from 736 Naval Air Squadron have resumed flying, after operations with the aircraft were temporarily paused following a crash in Cornwall.
In a tweet, RNAS Culdrose said the two Royal Navy pilots are "doing fine", having been taken to hospital after their Hawk jet crashed in the St Martin area, near Helston, during a training exercise on Thursday 25 March.
The crew from the 736 Naval Air Squadron, based at RNAS Culdrose at Helston, Cornwall, ejected from the jet during the incident.
The Red Arrows had also confirmed that the jet has resumed flying.
Hawk T1 flying operations were earlier paused "as a precautionary measure, while investigations are ongoing".
It has also been announced that the UK and Qatar have chosen RAF Leeming as the base for a new joint training squadron, following the Middle Eastern country's purchase of nine Hawk jets.
As part of a developing bond between the two air forces, the North Yorkshire base will benefit from refurbishment and host the unit, working with Qatar's Hawk T2 variant fleet.
Cover image: Library picture of a Royal Navy Hawk jet (Picture: Royal Navy).