Cpl Jonathan Bayliss was a passenger in the Hawk T1 aircraft tragedy at RAF Valley.
Hundreds of mourners turned out to say a final farewell to an RAF engineer who died in a Red Arrows crash on Anglesey.
Corporal Jonathan Bayliss was killed when the Hawk T1 aircraft he was flying in crashed at RAF Valley on March 20.
Around 150 people, including his family, friends, and fellow Red Arrow team members and RAF officers, gathered at Lincoln Cathedral yesterday (April 20) for his funeral.
Hundreds of people lined the streets in a final salute to the dedicated and proud 41-year-old engineer who had dreamed of being in the RAF for most of his life.
Two Typhoon jets from 41 Squadron of RAF Coningsby – a unit where Corporal Bayliss had worked during his career – performed a flypast before the service began.
There was also a guard of honour as pall bearers carried Corporal Bayliss’ coffin, which was draped with a Union flag and adorned with white flowers, into the cathedral.
The service was led by the Reverend (Squadron Leader) Rachel Cook, Royal Air Force and featured hymns, prayers and poetry and a number of tributes were paid by his colleagues.
The last post was also sounded.