CROWD favourites the Red Arrows will be returning to this year’s Bournemouth Air Festival and the famous team are anticipated to wow the thousands of attendees. 

The world-famous air display team will take to the skies every day at the festival, which runs between Thursday, August 31 and Sunday, September 3. 

When will the Red Arrows fly at Bournemouth Air Festival 2023? 

The planes will only fly one a day and the time are: 

Thursday, August 31 – 5.30pm 

Friday, September 1 – 5pm 

Saturday, September 2 – 5pm 

Sunday, September 3 – 2.45pm 

Red Arrows team leader and Red 1 Tom Bould said: “We’re thrilled, as a team, to be returning to Bournemouth for all four days of the 2023 air festival. 

“The event will be a highlight of our summer and with miles of beaches and a distinctive coastline, the location is a brilliant backdrop for a packed programme of world-class displays.” 

The Air Festival is the UK’s biggest free air and land festival and will see planes from across Britain’s aviation history fly across Bournemouth beach. 

Planes from the Battle of Britain will appear next to modern aircraft including the Royal Air Force Typhoon, which will feature on every day of the festival. 

The festival will feature an impressive line-up of air displays alongside the RAF’s team, from fast jets to aerobatic bi-planes, helicopters and night air pyrotechnic displays.