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WATCH: Red Arrows Glisten Above Niagara Falls

The stunning display is part of the Aerobatic Team's biggest ever visit to Canada and the US.

The Red Arrows fly over the Canadian landmark (Picture: MOD).

The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team performed a flypast over Niagara Falls, promoting international relations and the Canadian International Air Show.

The Red Arrow are currently deployed on Exercise Westernhawk 2019, visiting North America for the first time since 2008.

Having visited New York last week, the team are travelling coast-to-coast, performing 20 aerobatic displays and multiple iconic flypasts along the way.

Watch: footage from the aircraft shows the stunning view presented to the Aerobatic Team pilots

Speaking at the Royal International Air Tattoo in Gloucestershire, the minister for the Armed Forces, Mark Lancaster, said:

“The United Kingdom shares a deep and enduring defence relationship with both Canada and the US."

“Sending our world-famous RAF Red Arrows demonstrates the UK’s global ambitions and will provide a unique opportunity to strengthen our partnerships with two of our closest allies.”