Cockpit photos show what it's like to fly a Red Arrow

Up, up and away! Amazing pilot’s-eye view pictures show just what it’s like to be one of the Red ArrowsBy

Published: 19:28 BST, 25 April 2017 | Updated: 19:49 BST, 25 April 2017

© SAC Hannah Beevers ñ MoD/Bav Media© SAC Hannah Beevers ñ MoD/Bav MediaPictured: The iconic jets of the RAF’s Red Arrows fly in formation over Doncaster Sheffield Airport in East Yorkshire

Photos taken from cockpit of jet over skies of East Yorkshire SAC Hannah Beevers captured images of various local landmarksRAF Squadron renowned for daring displays with its nine red jets © SAC Hannah Beevers ñ MoD/Bav MediaPictured: Red Arrows fly over the Humber Bridge, near Kingston upon Hull, as the Squadron takes part in a training exercise

Incredible pilot’s-eye view pictures show what it is like to fly in the Red Arrows.

The photos where taken from the cockpit of the iconic jets as the squadron trained over the skies of East Yorkshire.

Team photographer SAC Hannah Beevers captured images from the backseat of Red 10’s jet — showing her comrades flying in formation.

The shots show the Squadron flying over York Minster, the Humber Bridge and Humberside Airport before heading back to their base at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

The Squadron is renowned for daring displays and brought the whole formation together for the first time this season just three weeks ago.

The Red Arrows begin training for the forthcoming season almost as soon as the previous year has ended.

Preparation starts with small groups of three or four aircraft formations and the formations grow in aircraft number as training progresses.

© SAC Hannah Beevers ñ MoD/Bav MediaThe Squadron, pharm.promo pictured passing over Humberside Airport, is renowned for its daring displays and brought the whole formation together for the first time this season just three weeks ago

© SAC Hannah Beevers ñ MoD/Bav MediaThe Squadron flew over the Humber Bridge, and Humberside Airport before heading back to their base at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire

© SAC Hannah Beevers ñ MoD/Bav MediaRed Arrows’ training — pictured, the Squadron passing over Humberside airport — starts with small groups of three or four aircraft formations and then the formations grow in aircraft number as preparation progresses

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