THE Red Arrows flightpath for Isle of Wight 2022 has been released ahead of their performance tomorrow (Friday, June 17).

See the flight path below

The flying aces will once again give eager festival-goers a reason to turn their eyes skyward at this year's festival.

Taking off from Bournemouth Airport at 5.50pm and heading south to Swanage, the Red Arrows will loop back around, flying above Lymington and Brockenhurst before heading to the Isle of Wight at 6pm.

After a 20-minute performance overhead at Seaclose Park, they will travel to Sandown and Ventnor.

Read more: ​'High volumes of traffic expected' as Isle of Wight Festival gets underway

Daily Echo: Photo courtesy of Military Airshows.Photo courtesy of Military Airshows.

Among the acts playing at this years Isle of Wight Festival are Lewis Capaldi, Tom Grennan, Kasabian, Muse, Pete Tong and The Proclaimers.

It was confirmed today (Thursday) that The Battle of Britain Memorial Flypast is not coming to the Isle of Wight Festival after all.

See video of the Red Arrows travelling to Isle of Wight Festival in 2021.

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