THE timings of when the Red Arrows will be flying into and out of Hawarden Airport have been revealed. 

The RAF's iconic aerobatic team will be using the airport as a base for its Rhyl Airshow displays on August 27 and 28.

The Chocks Away diner, based at the airport, has now released timings on when the Reds will be flying in and out of the airfield. 

In a post on its Facebook page, the popular diner said they will be arriving at approximately 1.50pm on Saturday, August 27, before flying out at 4.50pm. They will arrive back at the airport at 5.27pm for an overnight stop.

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On Sunday, August 28, they will be departing the airport at 4.20pm and arriving back 4.57pm, before flying out of the airfield at 7.20pm. 

The diner said it will stop serving food at 6pm on the Saturday for a 7pm closure, and on Sunday, food will stop at 7pm for an 8pm closure.

Chocks Away diner said: "This weekend will be extremely and exceptionally busy. We ask that you take extra care getting on and off site.

"Please be patient with our staff as they will be working extra hard, and be patient with the chefs as there may become a slight wait on food with it freshly prepared and cooked to order. Our menu will be reduced this weekend and breakfast will stop at 12pm and lunch will then start."

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It also has had a new outside cabin built which will be selling hot dogs, drinks, snacks and ice-lollies.

The diner added: "We will be takings bookings, and advise to book for inside, but again our outside area is huge to accommodate also and first come first served for outdoor tables, but plenty of space for standing.

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"Bookings on tables indoors will get two-hour time slots, and we ask you to respect this for the next bookings after your slots. We hope you enjoy it."

It also has its premises licence back, and will be selling alcohol as of this week.