Squadron Leader Mike Ling had flown with the Red Arrows on more than 2,500 occasions, clocking up more than 1,765 hours in the air.Read the full story ›
The service, at Lincoln Cathedral, was ahead of a private funeral for corporal Jonathan Bayliss who died in a jet crash in Wales.Read the full story ›
Corporal Jonathan Bayliss was killed when the Hawk jet he was in crashed at RAF Valley in Anglesey last month.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of air enthusiasts gather at RAF Scampton to watch the aircraft arrive ahead of its inaugural airshow this weekend.
A Boeing 727 will be among the 100 or so aircraft taking part in the airshow, which will include displays by the Red Arrows. Visitors are invited to visit the RAF village and meet the aircrews.
An ejector seat manufacturer has pleaded not guilty to breaching health and safety regulations following the death of a Red Arrows pilot.Read the full story ›
The FA Cup trophy was also on display ahead of the Imps' trip to Arsenal in the quarter finalRead the full story ›
The 60-day tour has seen them take in some incredible sights - as captured by the RAF official photographers.Read the full story ›
Click in to the article to see the Lincolnshire based RAF Red Arrows fly in to the Gulf state.Read the full story ›
The Red Arrows' summer season in the UK may have come to a close, but the team is still busy training.Read the full story ›
Lincolnshire-based Red Arrows are set for a major tour of Asia with performances in China, India, Malaysia and Singapore, it has been announced.
The tour, to support Britain's prosperity, is part of performances in up to 20 locations from the Middle East to the Asia-Pacific.
It will see the Red Arrows, who are based at RAF Scampton, perform their world-famous aerobatics in China for the first time ever.
Planning is under way to finalise details of deployment, which follows an invitation for the aerobatic team of Hawk T1 aircraft to perform at the Zhuhai Airshow as part of the UK’s GREAT campaign.
Our RAF Red Arrows and Typhoons represent the best of British. The Red Arrows will fly the flag for Britain in key export markets while our RAF Typhoons will exercise with our allies.