The team gave an evening display here in Cornwall at the Fowey Regatta last Thursday. We watched from a prime spot anchored just outside the mouth of the river in the son-in-law's boat.
The team gave a very restricted display because of reduced visibility, dull conditions and low cloud. They were flying so low down the river at one point that I became worried one or more of the many frightened gulls wheeling about in the sky could have been close enough to be sucked into an engine. I think Red Leader may have noticed them as well because their passes became much higher than before!
No doubt these Hawk display aircraft are maintained to an exceptionally high standard btu even so I think maybe the team perform too many daily displays, especially at this time of year.
What's your opinion on this? TC.