100 planes set to fly over London – and here’s where to get the best views
100 warplanes will be flying over London on Tuesday and here’s how to catch all of the action
The Royal Air Force will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in style on Tuesday 10th July, with a very special flypast event.
In fact, 100 war planes will be flying over London to mark the milestone, and it’s sure to make for a pretty incredible spectacle.
The RAF 100 flypast event will see jets, helicopters and plenty more aircraft flying over the English capital, going over Buckingham Palace at 1pm, where the Queen , Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall and other members of the royal family will be waiting to witness the historic moment.
Of course with 100 planes flying in UK air space, Buckingham Palace’s balcony won’t be the only vantage point to catch all of the action – there are plenty of spots to catch all of the action.
We take a look at some of the best spots in London and across the UK for catching a glimpse of the once-in-a-lifetime air show.
Can’t make it to London? You can also catch all of the action on BBC One which will be offering live coverage from 9.30am through to 1.20pm.