This year, the Red Arrows will display a seven-aircraft formation, rather than nine, as two of the formation pilots have moved to other roles within the RAF. Performing as a seven-aircraft display is something the Red Arrows often prepare for and have carried out several times in the past when a situation dictates, such as illness or aircraft availability. For national flypast events, it is intended that the team will consist of all nine aircraft, with experienced RAFAT pilots completing the formation.
The 2022 display will feature all of the same breath-taking flying, dynamic teamwork and world-class precision the millions watching always expect – combining crowd-favourite manoeuvres with new shapes. All of the team are hard at work, perfecting and polishing this display ahead of the season beginning in late May.
Find out where you can see them here: https://www.raf.mod.uk/display-teams/red-arrows/displays