Red Arrows crash pilot, Flt Lt David Stark has left hospital after being treated for non-life threatening injuries after ejecting from his Red Arrows Hawk jet which crashed at RAF Valley killing engineer Cpl Johnathan Bayliss who did not eject from the aircraft and died in the crash.
Following the crash, all Red Arrows Hawk jets were ground, with the RAF stating that flying would “resume as soon as possible”, but only when they “are confident that it is safe to do so.”
Today some of the Red Arrows aircraft are expected to fly home, returning to their home at RAF Scampton.
An investigation into the crash is still ongoing headed up by Defence Accident Investigation Branch, supported by other specialists including police and crime scene investigators to establish the cause of the crash.
Flt Lt Stark joined the Red Arrows as Red 3 last year and was currently training for the next display season, which starts in June.