Arguably the most famous military planes in the world - the Red Arrows - will be flying over Oxfordshire today on their way back from the Midlands Air Show.

The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, is one of the world's premier aerobatic display teams and serves as a public face of the Royal Air Force. 

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Air displays formed part of the Midlands Air Festival at Ragley Hall in Alcester, Warwickshire, from May 31 to June 2 - which also included model aircraft, hot air balloons and a range of exhibits. 

The Red Arrows are now set to be visible as they fly over the Oxfordshire region this afternoon (Sunday, June 2) as they return begin the journey returning to RAF Waddington near Lincoln. 

After passing north west of Cirencester at 10.28am, the planes are expected to enter Oxfordshire airspace on their journey to North East of Broadwell to Shipton under Wychwood which they are set to fly over at 1.39pm. 

The Red Arrows will fly over the RAF Brize Norton and Carterton areas at 4.45pm before flying west of Shipton under Wychwood at 4.47pm. 

The planes will then fly over parts of Oxfordshire including near Chadlington, Chipping Norton and Banbury - to reach Woodend, south west of Blakesley in West Northamptonshire at 4.51pm. 

Having begun the day in Exeter, the planes are set to arrive at RAF Waddington near Lincoln at 5.38pm.