Posted: Sun 22nd May 2016

In Pictures: Red Arrows visit to Hawarden

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Sunday, May 22nd, 2016

It’s been a great weekend for Red Arrows fans as the Royal Air Force’s world famous aerobatics team paid a visit to Hawarden.

The team used the airport as an overnight base on Saturday landing just after 1pm, prior to an early evening display at Blackpool pleasure beach.

Hundreds of fans were out to see them take off and land from airport used mainly by Airbus’s giant wing tranporter Beluga.

After an over night stay in Hawarden the team took off for their Scampton base at 1pm today, roads were full around the huge Broughton site as many people turned out to catch a glimpse of the iconic fast jets taking off.

Here are just a few of the pictures taken over the last couple of days and shared across social media sites.

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