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The fly paste of the RAF aerobatic team on the border of America and Canada was part of an 11-week tour through the two countries, which she has already seen rising over the skyscrapers of New York. It is the largest visit ever by the Red Arrows to Canada and the US and the first to the two countries in more than a decade. The tour is intended to promote the best of the British and to deepen partnerships with close allies

Proud of the falls: Red Arrows give Niagara the best result, while the RAF aerobatic team's flypast is a great symbol of Britain against one of the most iconic sights in North America

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It takes something to surpass Niagara Falls, but the Red Arrows have given it their best chance because a great symbol of Great Britain met a giant North American monument.

The fly paste of the RAF aerobatic team on the border of the United States and Canada was part of an 11-week tour through the two countries, which has already seen them fly over the skyscrapers of New York.

Later in the trip, the pilots and their £ 18 million Hawk T1 jets will participate in a show alongside Canada & # 39; s own aerobatic squadron, the Snowbirds.

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It is the largest ever visit of the Red Arrows to Canada and the US and the first to the two countries in more than a decade. The tour is intended to promote the best of the British and to deepen partnerships with close friends and allies.

The tour includes aerobatic displays, fly pasts from famous sights and dozens of ground races.

The fly paste of the RAF aerobatic team on the border of America and Canada was part of an 11-week tour through the two countries, which she has already seen rising over the skyscrapers of New York. It is the largest visit ever by the Red Arrows to Canada and the US and the first to the two countries in more than a decade. The tour is intended to promote the best of the British and to deepen partnerships with close allies

The fly-paste of the RAF aerobatic team on the border of America and Canada was part of an 11-week tour through the two countries, which has already seen them fly over the skyscrapers of New York. It is the largest visit ever by the Red Arrows to Canada and the US and the first to the two countries in more than a decade. The tour is intended to promote the best of the British and to deepen partnerships with close allies

Later on, the pilots and their £ 18 million Hawk T1 jets will participate in a show alongside Canada's own aerobatic squadron, the Snowbirds. Their route took them on a gigantic voyage across the Atlantic, covering 2,658 nautical miles and flying at 31,000 feet. They left RAF Scrampton on August 5

Later on, the pilots and their £ 18 million Hawk T1 jets will participate in a show alongside Canada's own aerobatic squadron, the Snowbirds. Their route took them on a gigantic voyage across the Atlantic, covering 2,658 nautical miles and flying at 31,000 feet. They left RAF Scrampton on August 5

Later in the trip, the pilots and their £ 18 million Hawk T1 jets will participate in a show alongside Canada & # 39; s own aerobatic squadron, the Snowbirds. Their route took them on a gigantic voyage across the Atlantic, covering 2,658 nautical miles and flying at 31,000 feet. They left RAF Scrampton on August 5

The red arrows are above the legendary Space Needle of Seattle. The RAF squadron makes display shows of most years, traveling to the Middle East last year during a five-week tour of Jeddah, Amman and Kuwait City

The red arrows are above the legendary Space Needle of Seattle. The RAF squadron makes display shows of most years, traveling to the Middle East last year during a five-week tour of Jeddah, Amman and Kuwait City

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The red arrows are above the legendary Space Needle of Seattle. The RAF squadron makes display shows of most years, traveling to the Middle East last year during a five-week tour of Jeddah, Amman and Kuwait City

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