The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, is famous the world over for their difficult and complicated aerial displays, and you can catch a glimpse of the team as they fly over Belfast today (August 15th).
As part of the UK’s commemorations to mark VJ Day, the Red Arrows teams will be carrying out flybys around the country, including Belfast.
According to NOTAMS, the flypast over Belfast will be at 13:58.
Coming in from Whitehead direction, the arrows team will fly down Belfast lough, passing over city centre.
The jets will then continue south before turning just north of Lisburn towards Ardglass.
Leaving Northern Ireland, they will route for Prestwick Scotland.