Red Arrows

Red Arrows Wow The Crowds At Bournemouth Air Festival

Since the start of the festival, thousands of pounds have been raised for forces charities.

Bournemouth Air Festival is back after a year off due to the pandemic.

Up to one million people could attend the four-day event, which is expected to raise thousands of pounds for forces charities.

The Red Arrows took to the skies on Thursday after a two-year break and will be making an appearance every day of the festival.

Other highlights include a flypast from the Royal Air Force Typhoon Display Team and a blast from the past courtesy of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, including the Second World War’s most iconic fighter, the Spitfire.