To mark the retirement of the Tornado jet after forty years service with the Royal Air Force, three of the aircraft are making a celebratory flight across the country today.
People in Cumbria will have the chance to say goodbye to the jets when they fly over RAF Spadeadam this afternoon between 2:30pm and 2:45pm - subject to weather conditions.
By the end of March the aircraft - that first saw combat in the Gulf War - will be fully retired from RAF service.
They will be flying on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday over 35 military bases and landmarks, with more planned routes to come.
The full list of times to see the flypast are below :
- 1315 – 1330 Kendrew Barracks (RAF Cottesmore) –National Memorial Arboretum – DECA Stafford – RAF Cosford
- 1330 – 1345 RAF Shawbury – DECA Sealand
- 1345 – 1400 RAF Valley
- 1415 – 1430 BAES Warton – BAES Samlesbury
- 1430 – 1445 RAF Spadeadam
- 1445 – 1500 RAF Leeming – RAF Topcliffe – RAF Linton-On-Ouse
- 1500 – 1515 RAF Waddington – RAF College Cranwell – RAF Coningsby
- 1515 – 1535 RAF Donna Nook – RAF Holbeach – RAF Wyton