Lincoln’s Red Arrows wowed audiences in London on Tuesday as they took part in the Royal Airforce Centenary flypast.
Stunning images show the aerial acrobatic team as they performed above Buckingham Palace.
RAF photographers captured the images from above and also from the cockpit as the team soared over the capital.
— Red Arrows (@rafredarrows) July 10, 2018
The scenes from below were equally as fantastic as 100 aircraft represented the 100 year long history of the RAF.
In three hours time, we'll be proud to watch our aircraft, from old to new, fly over #BuckinghamPalace and central #London. The flypast will be lead by Pumas and Chinooks from RAF Benson and RAF Odiham, many of which have been deployed on current and recent operations, and will include the new Lightning! #RAF100 https://www.raf.mod.uk/aircraft/lightning/Watch coverage on BBC One now!
Posted by Royal Air Force on Tuesday, 10 July 2018
On their return from London, the Red Arrows also treated residents in Lincoln to a display of their own as they prepared to land back at their home in Scampton.