The inquest into the death of a Red Arrows pilot from Rutland, who died after performing at an air show last year, is due to resume today.
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows have unveiled their line-up for the 2013 season.
Today marks the one year anniversary since Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging died during an air display at the Bournemouth Air Festival.
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.
Just over a year ago, Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging died when his plane crashed at the Bournemouth Air Festival, last August.
Today a memorial was officially opened in his name.
His wife Dr Emma Higgin was among those who attended the opening of the official memorial.
– Dr Emma Egging, wife
"Jon will always be in our hearts and sorely missed. Please help us take Jon's positive ethos for life forward by supporting the work of the Jon Egging Trust which was set up in his memory."
– Squadron Leader Jim Turner, on behalf of the Team
“A year ago today, our friend and team mate Jon egging tragically lost his life at Bournemouth Air Festival. Our thoughts and prayers remain with Jon’s family on the first anniversary of his death."
Pilots from the Midlands-based Red Arrows will be performing a flypast in London today to mark The Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The Red Arrows are based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.
The Queen will view the display from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
It's been announced that the Red Arrows will perform a flypast to celebrate the opening ceremony of the Olympic games.
The display team, based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire, will fly over Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London, just ahead of the official opening.