Red Arrows confirm flying plans after safety scare
The Red Arrows have confirmed they will hold a display as planned on the Isle of Wight later.
There had been doubts over their flying schedule after the Hawk jets of the type they use were grounded due to a fault found in an ejector seat.
Ministry of Defence lifted a temporary flying suspension on Wednesday but the Red Arrows had not said they would fly.
The display team's season has already been disrupted after one pilot was injured in a training accident.
All Hawk jets had been grounded for a week after a surface crack was found on a ejector seat in a aircraft at RAF Valley in Wales.
The Red Arrows, based at Scampton in Lincolnshire, are due to appear at more than 20 events in August alone.