The Red Arrows will return to Jersey later this year.
The Jersey Air Display is due to return on 9 September, with the Battle of Britain Memorial flight also due to fly through the island skies.
Looking forward to welcoming back @RAFBBMF and @rafredarrows for #JIAD2021 and seeing sights like this again in the @JerseyAirshow apron at @JERairport@PortsofJersey@VisitJerseyCI pic.twitter.com/BrKoYPcxv0— Jersey Air Display (@JerseyAirshow) May 20, 2021
The Red Arrows were due to make a flying visit last year on their way to Guernsey's Air Display, despite the Jersey show being cancelled because of coronavirus restrictions.
They ended up flying directly to and from the Guernsey show instead.
It will be the Red Arrows' first visit to Jersey since 2018. They couldn't make the 2019 Jersey display as they were on tour in the US and Canada.
It’s been almost two years since the #RedArrows last performed at a UK airshow - but today the team’s been told we’re ready to return. Public Display Authority has been granted for the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team 2021. We can’t wait to see you again! Sound on for this film... pic.twitter.com/VicTbBkvaN— Red Arrows (@rafredarrows) May 20, 2021