A large-scale mural of Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging, who lost his life while completing a display at the Air Festival last year, will be on display at the Bournemouth International Centre during the Air Festival. A video of local artist Soap creating the mural is also being shown.
The 20ft wide image shows the Red Arrows in flight alongside a picture of Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging.
The Red Arrows are getting ready for their display at the Bournemouth Air Festival this morning.
It's a year since one of their colleagues died in a crash after a display at the show.
Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging's aircraft crashed near to the town's airport.
The Red Arrows return to the Bournemouth Air Festival today - a year since one of their colleagues died in a crash after a display at the show. Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging's aircraft crashed near to the town's airport.
An official memorial has been opened to remember a Red Arrows pilot who died when his plane crashed after an air display in Bournemouth.Read the full story ›
A memorial to a Red Arrows pilot who died when his plane crashed last summer, has officially opened in Bournemouth.
Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging was killed shortly after a display at the Bournemouth AIr Festival last August.
His wife Dr Emma Higgin was among those who attended the opening of the official memorial to him.
The Red Arrows flew over London to herald in the Olympic Opening Ceremony Celebration Concert in Hyde Park.
Manston played a key role in the London 2012 Games when the Red Arrows took off from the Kent airport to take part in the Opening Ceremony. During the day, the Red Arrows also conducted flypasts over London 2012 Live Sites including Edinburgh, Belfast and Cardiff.
The Red Arrows are preparing to take off from Manston airport in Kent tonight to take part in the London 2012 Opening Ceremony.
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team will do a flypast in formation over the Olympic Stadium at 20:12 tonight.
Charles Buchanan, Chief Executive of Manston Airport, said: “We're thrilled to play our part in such a momentous event. The entire world will be watching London over the next few weeks and to know that we had a role in the beginning of it all is very exciting.”
Children who designed a memorial to honour a Red Arrows pilot have seen the structure taking shape for the first time.Read the full story ›