The Red Arrows will soar over Dorset once again this weekend after being based at Bournemouth Airport. 

The RAF's Red Arrows have used Bournemouth Airport as a base during D-Day celebrations in the UK and France this weekend. 

Due to visit Portsmouth AFD Display on June 8, the squadron will be in and out of the area on June 7-8 and residents across Dorset and Hampshire will be treated to an airshow across the weekend. 

Those in Bournemouth and the New Forest will have a clear view of the Red Arrows on their way to Portsmouth and also on their way back with those in North Dorset also to be created as they return from Worcester. 

The squadron will leave Bournemouth at 6:05pm for the final time on June 8.

It is unknown when they will return to the area after it has been confirmed they will not perform at Bournemouth Air Festival this summer.

Friday, June 7: 

Bournemouth - 4:10pm

Verwood - 4:12pm

Saturday, June 8: 

Blandford Forum - 11:50am

Bournemouth - 11:53am and 3:19pm 

Verwood - 3:21pm 

Thorney Hill - 4:04pm 

Bournemouth - 4:05pm and 6:05pm

Verwood: 6:07pm