Amazing cockpit footage shows Red Arrows flying over Scarborough

This is what Scarborough looks like if you're flying a Red Arrows jet.

By Grace Newton
Tuesday, 30th June 2020, 5:06 pm

The RAF's world-famous display squadron performed a flypast over Scarborough Castle on Saturday to mark Armed Forces Day.

Although the traditional flag-raising ceremony could not be held, a small number of miltary representatives gathered on the ramparts to salute the aircraft.

The Red Arrows had earlier flown over Catterick Garrison and RAF Leeming to pay tribute to servicemen personnel who have helped to man coronavirus testing stations and taken part in track and trace trials.

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The Red Arrows over Scarborough
The Red Arrows over RAF Leeming
The Red Arrows over the infantry training centre at Catterick Garrison