Look Out For The Mother Of All Flypasts On Saturday

By M@ Last edited 36 months ago
Look Out For The Mother Of All Flypasts On Saturday

In truth, if you're in central London you won't be able to miss it. Look at this line-up:


The aeronautical traffic jam above celebrates the Queen's Official Birthday on Saturday 13 June. The RAF flypast will take place a 1pm BST, shortly after the Trooping of the Colour ceremony. 31 aircraft will take part; here's a spotter's guide:


We don't have an official route map, so we put together this rough flightpath based on the known fly-past sites (shown as pins). The planes will be flying east to west, coming in from Suffolk and Essex, then heading out over north-west London en route to Brize Norton.

Another flypast to get excited about takes place on 28 June, when a Vulcan bomber will shake the skies over the RAF Museum in Colindale. Ian Visits has the details, as known so far.

Last Updated 12 June 2015


didn't happen, apart from Red Arrows. I blame Londonist. Grrrr