An inquest into the death of Red Arrows pilot Flt Lt Jon Egging - who died just after a display last year, will begin today.
Dr Emma Egging takes part in Great North Run to raise money in memory of her husband
As the Red Arrows prepare for their Olympic fly-past in Lincolnshire, we were allowed a sneak peak
The Government has insisted that the world famous Red Arrows will not be grounded as part of a new round of defence cuts. Reports in today's press claims the iconic RAF display team, which is based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire, could be axed as part of the Coalition's cutbacks.
But Number 10 today moved to quash the speculation over the future of the Red Arrows saying in a statement: "This is not true. Anyone suggesting the Red Arrows could face the axe is wrong."
The Red Arrows had their first practice today after re-locating to another base in Lincolnshire
The team have had to temporarily move from RAF Scampton - which is being resurfaced after the runway was damaged by ice and snow. They're now based at RAF Cranwell. Repairs will begin next week and are expected to be finished by mid-March.
The Coroner at the inquest of a Red Arrows pilot who died when his plane crashed after a performance at the Bournemouh Airshow has recorded a verdict of accidental death.
Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging was killed when his aircraft crashed into a field near the village of Throop in August 2011. Sally Simmonds reports.
The Red Arrows have flown back to their base in Lincolnshire today after they were forced to cancel their appearance at the Malta International Airshow at the weekend due to technical problems.
The world famous aerobatics team, who are based at RAF Scampton, had to pull out of the Airshow after a number of their jets developed problems with their oxygen systems which was making it difficult for the pilots to breathe.
A large-scale mural commemorating Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging, is due to go on display in Bournemouth. The 20ft wide image shows the Red Arrows in flight alongside a picture of Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging.
The Red Arrows pilot, who lived in Rutland and was based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire, died when his plane crashed during the Bournemouth Air Festival last year.
A year after the death of a Red Arrows pilot, his widow says she hopes a trust set up in his name will inspire under-achieving children with a passion for flying.
Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging died when his plane crashed shortly after a display at the Bournemouth Air Festival last August.
A memorial to Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging has been officially opened.
It is just over a year since his plane crashed at the Bournemouth Air Festival.
His wife Dr Emma Higgin was among those who attended the opening of the official memorial.
Next week the Olympic torch will be making its way through Lincolnshire, and it is going to have a very special aerial escort.
The world famous Red Arrows, based at RAF Scampton just outside Lincoln, will be making a flypast as the flame moves through the city. Frazer Maude has been to see them preparing.