Today marks the 80th anniversary of Charles de Gaulle’s famous speech to the French people of London, in an attempt to strengthen the support to the resistance against the German occupation of France in the second World War, and the occasion is marked by a history of vol.
For the first time, the Royal Air Force (RAFAT) Red Arrows will be joined in an air parade over London by the French display team The Patrouille de France.
The teams have performed together before as the Royal International Air Tattoo when they celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Concorde in 2019.
Where can I see the planes?
The aircraft are due to depart from RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire at 16:42 Local time (15:42 UTC) for the short flight to London.
En route, the aircraft pass over the North Wessex Downs feel the people in Newbury, Reading, Bracknell and Slough might have a chance to see the teams between 16: 45 and 16:58, local time, according to the weather and theft exact.
The teams will then fly over Richmond Park and Buckingham Palace at 17:00 local time.
After London, the Red Arrows will return to their home base at RAF Scampton, passing over Norfolk and Lincolnshire, while the French, the head back during the channel crossing the counties of Kent and Sussex, so it’s worth a watch just after 5pm if you are in these areas.
Predicted Route Of Flight
Will the weather is ok?
The weather is not looking fantastic, According to MeteoGroup, the forecast for London, at 5 p.m. Heavy Showers of Rain and cloudy, but mostly for a flight, the visibility should be good.
If you want to see the teams on the road or not may be simply down to the breaks in the cloud.