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Route map, schedule, transit times and when the Goodwood 2023 flypast is

The Red Arrows are continuing their packed summer schedule on Thursday with a display at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

So far this year the planes have already delighted crowds at several large events, including Armed Forces Day, the King’s coronation and Trooping the Colour.

Here’s everything you need to know about where the Red Arrows will be today, what time to watch the Goodwood display and when you can see them later in the summer.

What is the Red Arrows’ flight path today?

The Red Arrows will take off from their RAF Waddington base shortly before 9am and transit to Farnborough.

From there they will head to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, where they will put on a display at 11.30am. They will perform at the festival again on Friday.

Here’s their full flight path for Thursday, complete with coordinates.

RAF Waddington to Farnborough airport transit:

  1. 530958N 0003126W WADDINGTON – 8.55am
  2. 530643N 0002119W W OF TIMBERLAND – 8.57am
  3. 525116N 0001624W W OF GOSBERTON CLOUGH – 8.59am
  4. 523957N 0004807W E OF KNOSSINGTON – 9.03am
  5. 522255N 0005433W VCY OF MAIDWELL – 9.06am
  6. 511851N 0005627W E OF MATTINGLEY – 9.17am
  7. 511631N 0004639W FARNBOROUGH AD – 9.18am

Goodwood Festival of Speed display:

  1. 511630N 0004654W FARNBOROUGH AD – 11.22am
  2. 511037N 0004116W SW OF ELSTEAD – 11.24am
  3. 510432N 0005957W S OF EAST TISTED – 11.26am
  4. 505238N 0005906W N OF HAVANT – 11.28am
  5. 505158N 0005259W VCY OF FUNTINGTON – 11.29am
  6. 505222N 0004334W GOODWOOD DISPLAY – 11.30am
  7. 505244N 0003418W SW OF NORTH STOKE – 11.31am
  8. 504102N 0003123W OVERSEA – 12.06pm
  9. 504233N 0005324W OVERSEA – 12.08pm
  10. 504548N 0005210W VCY EAST WITTERING – 12.09pm
  11. 505020N 0004754W VCY CHICHESTER – 12.10pm
  12. 510315N 0003737W W OF NORTHCHAPEL – 12.12pm
  13. 511630N 0004654W FARNBOROUGH AD – 12.15pm

When are the next Red Arrows displays?

Here are all the upcoming appearances from the Red Arrows:


  • 13-14 July – Goodwood Festival of Speed display
  • 14-16 July – Royal International Air Tattoo, RAF Fairford display
  • 21 July – Peterhead Scottish Week display
  • 22 July – RAF Lossiemouth Families Day display
  • 27 July – RAF Honington Families Day display
  • 28 July – RAF Coningsby Families Day display
  • 29 July – Old Buckenham Airshow display


  • 12-13 August – Blackpool Airshow display
  • 13 August – Whitby Regatta display
  • 16 August – Cromer Festival display
  • 17-20 August – Eastbourne International Airshow display
  • 20 August – Folkestone Air display
  • 24-25 August – Clacton Airshow display
  • 25 August – Sidmouth Airshow display
  • 26-27 August – Rhyl Airshow display
  • 31 August – Bournemouth Air Festival display


  • 1-3 September – Bournemouth Air Festival display
  • 9 September – Southport Airshow display
  • 9 September – Scottish International Ayr Show display
  • 10 September – The Great North Run display
  • 14 September – Jersey International Air display
  • 14 September – Guernsey Air display
  • 16-17 September – Duxford Battle of Britain Airshow

What are the Red Arrows?

The Red Arrows are the aerobatic display team of the RAF – officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team. Formed in 1964, their flypasts have become must-see events, and the displays often grace major national commemorations.

Made up of nine red jets, they entertain crowds with their thrilling manoeuvres and perfect formation flying, often accompanied with red, white and blue smoke trailing behind them.

They were traditionally based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire, but were relocated to RAF Waddington, in the same county, last year.

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