It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Actually, it’s 100 planes.
The Royal Air Force will be celebrating a century of service tomorrow by flying up to 100 aircrafts over London.
Starting at Ipswich, the flypast is scheduled to pass over Buckingham Palace at 1 p.m. The celebration will be prefaced by a parade of RAF servicemen and women at 11:25 on The Mall.
The Queen and Prince of Wales will present RAF with a new Queen’s Colour. They will remain, accompanied by other members of the Royal Family to observe the historic flypast.
The RAF promises the flypast to be “a spectacle,” featuring a variety of aircrafts including Spitfires, and a WWII Lancaster bomber.