The private plane was met by two Typhoon jets scrambled from RAF ConingsbyRead the full story ›
A team of personnel from the German Air force were stationed at RAF Coningsby in March.
The team were taking part in the exercise dubbed Cobra Warrior and utilises every type of aircraft in the RAF's inventory which includes fast jets, helicopters, transport and ISTAR assets.
The personnel used different platforms to take part in eight 'real-world' scenarios as part of a three week- training.
Both the RAF and the German Air Force used the exercise as the final phase of their respective Qualified Weapons Instructor courses for their Eurofighter and Typhoon Aircraft.
One of Lincolnshire's most famous RAF stations got the Royal seal of approval today as it celebrated its 100th anniversary.
Prince William, took the Royal salute at the centenary parade of 29 squadron at RAF Coningsby, of which he is Honorary Air Commandant.
His Royal Highness also took to the skies, but in a different aircraft to that which had originally been planned as Kate Hemingway reports:
The Duke of Cambridge took a flight in a Chipmunk aircraft and observed a royal salute to mark the 100th anniversary of an RAF squadron.Read the full story ›
Members of 29 Squadron have spoken of their delight at Prince William attending their anniversary celebrations at RAF Coningsby.
RAF Coningsby is home to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. It held a flypast to celebrate the 100th anniversary of 29 Squadron.
Prince William is flying in a Chipmunk aircraft at RAF Coningsby as part of celebrations of the 100th anniversary of 29th Squadron.Read the full story ›
The Duke of Cambridge is at RAF Coningsby today as the 29th Squadron marks its 100th anniversary.Read the full story ›
A Typhoon fast jet has been specially painted to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. The jet, which is based as RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire, has been painted in colours from the era with the identification number of the only RAF pilot to be awarded a Victoria Cross during the battle.
The last man out of Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, Wing Commander Matt Radnall, Royal Air Force Regiment arrived home on British soil, returning to RAF Brize Norton on Thursday evening.
His troops manned watchtowers on the camp perimeter until the last possible moment, handing over each tower to Afghan security forces in a well-rehearsed and seamless transition, before boarding a Royal Air Force Chinook helicopter to Kandahar, from where they were flown home.
7 Force Protection Wing based at RAF Coningsby are made up of RAF Regiment and RAF Police personnel from 15 Sqn, RAF Honington and 34 Sqn, RAF Leeming.
The Royal Air Force Regiment are the dedicated infantry for the RAF.