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Crowds are today heading to the ‘English Riviera’ to see the RAF‘s Red Arrows put on another spectacular show.
Spectators are expected to enjoy another stunning performance at the final day of the annual English Riviera Airshow in the seaside town of Torbay in Devon.
The show is set to kick off at 1pm today with a breath-taking stunt by the Tigers Army Parachute Display Team.
Viewers will then have the opportunity to watch a selection of new and historic planes dance through the skies, including Lancaster Bombers and Spitfires.
The day is set to end with a grand finale at 6pm that will see the RAF’s world-famous Red Arrows return to Devon’s skies with their red, white, and blue smoke trails.
The Red Arrows are set to perform another set of stunts at the second day of English Riviera Airshow in Torbay, Devon
The airshow opened with a performance from the Tigers Army Parachute Display Team
The leading parachute team dropped into the arena in Torbay to open the show
The show ended with an impressive performance by the Red Arrows
Spectators watched the aerobatics team perform an array of stunts
Today’s show comes as the final day of the two-day long annual English Riviera Airshow.
Yesterday saw the Red Arrows aerobatics team dance through Devon’s skies, as they took advantage of the weather to perform another one of their iconic shows.
The day opened with the Prince of Wales regiment’s Tigers Army Parachute Display Team dropping into the airshow’s arena from thousands of feet above.
The parachute team are known for their impressive stunts that see them fall through skies across the globe.
The world-famous jets performed death defying stunts above the Devon sea
The took advantage of yesterday’s clear skies to perform an impressive show
The stunt jets flew in the skies above Torbay Pier (pictured)
The Red Arrows swirled in the skies leaving their iconic smoke trails behind them
The English Riviera Airshow was first held in 2016
The shows open with performances from the Tigers Army Parachute Display Team
Views had the opportunity to see an array of historic aircraft including Spitfires and Lancaster Bombers
Today, the jets are set to take off from nearby Exeter Airport before performing their death-defying show this afternoon.
As part of the show, crowds will also have the opportunity to see an array of aircraft that played core roles in Britain’s military history, including the iconic Hawker Hurricane.
The first annual English Riviera Airshow was held in 2016. The show was, however, called off in 2020 and 2021, due to Covid-19.
The Red Arrows were formed by the RAF in 1964, and have now carried out more than 4,800 shows in 57 countries worldwide.