As part of the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Royal Air Force as a distinct military unit – there will be a flypast over London tomorrow (Tuesday April 1st) by the infamous Red Arrows – and it is going almost directly over my house!

The flypast starts out at Felixstowe, then heads in a straight line Westwards to fly over the MoD building (and the London Eye) at 1pm.

I expect it to go over Canary Wharf at about 12:55 – so get those cameras ready!

The full route, which includes flying past several other RAF locations can be found here

This is really good for me, as most flypasts tend to line up with the Mall, and while I can see them from my flat – it is a bit far – whereas this one will be directly overhead. Yay!


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