The Red Arrows are set to soar through the skies over Buckinghamshire today (Sunday) on the final day of the Platinum Jubilee bank holiday. 

Marking the Queen's jubilee, the flypast will see the pilots fly over south Bucks, travelling over Iver Heath, Langley, Stoke Poges, Burnham and Taplow.

Coming from the direction of Uxbridge, the aircraft should pass over Buckinghamshire at around 5.06pm. indicates that the RAF pilots will be travelling from Exeter to Fairford between 4.19pm and 5.15pm today (Sunday) as part of the final day of Jubilee celebrations. 

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The route starts at Exeter (4.19pm), taking in Exmouth (4.21pm), Membury (4.24pm), Frampton (4.27pm), Rockbourne (4.32pm), Cadnam (4.33pm), Southampton Docks (4.35pm), Locks Heath (4.36pm), West Grinstead (4.41pm), Uckfield (4.44pm), Colchester (4.57pm), Stratford (5.04pm), Buckingham Palace (5.05pm), Chelsea (5.05pm), RAF Northolt (5.06pm), Compton (5.11pm) and Fairford (5.15pm).

The pilots will travel over Bucks as they travel west from RAF Northolt to Compton.

The display will take place just days after the RAF Aerobatic Team shot across the sky above Buckingham Palace on the first day of the celebrations. 

They were joined by Apache Helicopters, Spitfires, a Lancaster Bomber and Typhoons as part of a flypast of more than 70 aircraft. 

The display took place just after the Trooping the Colour whilst the royal family stood on the palace balcony. 

First to appear in the London skies was the Royal Navy Wildcat, Royal Navy Merlin and British Army Apache helicopters