The Red Arrows appeared at Farnborough Air Show on Saturday July 16, performing an impressive fly past.

It was announced last month that they would not be performing a full display , due to safety fears from RAF top brass.

The Red Arrows have already appeared at Farnborough Air Show this week, in a fly past with the F35 super jet on Monday July 11, as former Prime Minister David Cameron opened up the trade show.

The Red Arrows at Farnborough Air Show

They featured once again for the public show, which also welcomed the Airbus A380 and F35 super jet as part of the day's flying displays.

Complete with their trademark vapour trails, the Red Arrows team made their fly past with the Airbus A400.

Farnborough Air Show is holding its public shows all weekend, having had a trade show from Monday to Thursday and Futures Day on Friday, which aims to encourage school pupils in to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics pathways - which was opened by British astronaut Tim Peake .