RAF Lossiemouth is home to the UK's Maritime Patrol Aircraft, where there are currently five Poseidon MRA1s being held and another four due to arrive by the end of the year.
RAF Lossiemouth Station Commander, Group Captain Chris Layden, spoke about how "impressive" the display was.
He said: "RAF Lossiemouth is delighted to welcome back the Red Arrows who haven't had the opportunity to display here since 2019.
"Since then our runway has been resurfaced, we have grown a fourth operational Typhoon squadron, continued to deliver 24/7 quick reaction alert – securing the UK's skies."
The Red Arrows took to the skies of Scotland ahead of the annual RAF Friends and Family Day event, an opportunity to say thank-you to the station staff and families for their support.
It has been run as a drive-in air display for 2021, to ensure it is fully compliant with current Scottish government COVID-19 regulations for large events.