In the next few moments, the Royal Air Force flypast for The King’s Coronation will be taking place over Buckingham Palace.
Around 60 aircraft are due to take part in the Royal Air Force flypast, with this due to take place at 1430 BST.
At the moment, the aircraft are getting ready to depart their respective bases and head in the direction of the King’s Coronation and begin its formation.
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UPDATE #1 @ 1419 UK time – Some of the aircraft that will be involved in this flypast are currently seen holding around the UK ahead of the King’s Coronation flypast.
UPDATE #2 @ 1422 UK time – Due to the adverse weather conditions, it appears to be the case that the flypast will be scaled down to just two minutes and thirty seconds.
UPDATE #3 @ 1424 UK time – These appear to be the helicopters and other aircraft that will be taking part in the modified flypast.
UPDATE #4 @ 1427 UK time – Inching closer to Buckingham Palace. Standby for further imagery.
UPDATE #5 @ 1430 UK time – Here we go! The flypast begins!
UPDATE #5 @ 1431 UK time – A plethora of military helicopters overfly Buckingham Palace for the King’s Coronation. Imagery courtesy of Sky News.
UPDATE #6 @ 1432 UK time – Looks to be the Red Arrows finishing off the shorter flypast due to the adverse weather at Buckingham Palace.
UPDATE #7 @ 1435 UK time – And that is it for the flypast, which unfortunately had to be shortened due to the weather at Buckingham Palace. The flypast was originally supposed to have 60 aircraft involved.