The world-famous Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team flew over London today to help kick off the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games.
— Nat Saunders (@ratbanjos) July 27, 2012
This morning, they had a flypast over Edinburgh Castle as well.
Red Arrows looking lovely over Edinburgh Castle. pic.twitter.com/BSMO75jl
— Cara Sulieman (@carasulieman) July 27, 2012
And over the Dorset coast this afternoon.
— David Walker (@djwskyblu) July 27, 2012
Beautiful! Those lucky enough to be at the Olympic Park, or the near vicinity, describe the sights and post pictures.
The Red Arrows join the party. Beautiful. http://t.co/rVGVNUbp
— Orla Chennaoui (@SportsOrla) July 27, 2012
The Red Arrows are approaching the stadium, flying in formation and leaving a trail of red,white and blue over the London skyline.
— Team GB (@TeamGB) July 27, 2012
Lucky enough to be in the Olympic stadium. Just seen Red Arrows fly overhead. Feeling like I've just become 40 years younger
— Nick Robinson (@bbcnickrobinson) July 27, 2012
Wowza – the Red Arrows just zapped right over my house. #London2012
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) July 27, 2012
— Chris Stark (@Chris_Stark) July 27, 2012
This guy tries to make the best out of being unable to see the awesome formation.
Red Arrows flying right over our house.
— Ian Conningham (@IanConningham) July 27, 2012
I'm guessing two of the Red Arrows had lights off in tribute to their two lost crew members last year. If so, lovely thought
— Phillip Norton (@phillipnorton) July 27, 2012
Indeed. Twitter users share more incredible photos.
— LittleChris (@ChrisDrake87) July 27, 2012
— Dan Whitehead (@danwnews) July 27, 2012
— #TokyoOlympics (@NBCOlympics) July 27, 2012
— Hawwa Shakeela (@HawwaShakeela) July 27, 2012
— Karen Barlow (@KJBar) July 27, 2012
What a way to let the games begin!