The Red Arrows aerobatic display team has completed a 60-day world tour, which included its first ever public display in China.
As part of the "Best of British" tour, the team performed in parts of the Middle East, India and Pakistan.
It takes the number of countries it has performed in since its formation in 1965 in to 57.
The Lincolnshire-based team has released cockpit footage shot in China and Oman.
The Red Arrows said one of the highlights of the tour was the opportunity to display in China at the airshow in Zhuhai.
The tour also saw the team - who have now performed more than 4,500 displays - perform in Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman.
History of the Red Arrows
- The RAF had several aerobatic display teams in the 1950s and 1960s, but decided to disband them and form a single, full-time professional team
- The name Red Arrows was chosen to combine the appeal and expertise of two earlier teams, the Black Arrows and the Red Pelicans
- The team was founded in 1965 at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire and is currently based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire