DONALD Trump is set to welcome the Red Arrows to the United States as the British daredevils travel across the pond to promote post-Brexit Britain.
The iconic red airplanes and their pilots can perfectly showcase British excellence around the world, UK officials believe.
A source told the Sun: “The Red Arrows embodies everything that is great about Britain.
“The tour comes at a vital time for global Britain as we try and secure an exciting new trade deal with the US.”
The daredevils will put on their aerobatic displays at major events during their next world tour.
And they could go to America as early as next year, if the London and Washington will strike an agreement over their performances in the sky above the US.
Officials expect the decision to send British top guns to North America to be discussed by UK and US representatives during President Donald Trump’s visit to Britain.
The US president will arrive in the UK aboard the Air Force One on Thursday evening, following a NATO meeting with European allies in Brussels.
His schedule is packed with events, mainly taking place outside London.
Mr Trump will have a chance to see from up close some Royal Air Force (RAF)’s aircraft over the coming weekend, as on Friday he will visit the Royal Military Academy, in Sandhurst, Berkshire, to meet members of the special forces and officer cadets.