Bostonians caught a glimpse of the United Kingdom's famed Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team in the Boston sky, Monday.
The English Red Arrows flew in formation over Boston Harbor Monday morning, creating a spectacular sight. The visit was part of a tour of the United States.
The jets released blue, red and white smoke trails over the harbor — the color of the British flag, the Union Jack, as well as the American flag.
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Due to a slight air traffic control delay, the Red Arrows flew over Boston Harbor around 11:20 a.m., 20 minutes later than expected.
Get ready, Boston! We are just 12 hours away from the #RedArrowsTour coming to #BostonHarbor.— UK Consulate Boston (@UKinBoston) August 19, 2019
At 11:00am �� tomorrow be sure to look �� up ☝�� to see the @RAFRedArrows in action! https://t.co/Oj8eteyX9P
The jets arrived from Chicago at New York Stewart International Airport on Sunday night ahead of their visit to Boston.