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Usual caveats, but there should be a formation of helicopters flying over Central London on Friday afternoon.
No official information as to why, but the locations involved suggest a military link and possibly the US Ambassador’s residence in Regents Park – not hugely surprising as the US President is visiting next week for the NATO summit, and helicopters feature heavily in the security and transport during a US State visit.
The first flypast departs RAF Northolt in north-west London at 3:20pm to Regents Park 20 minutes later then heading up to Stanstead Airport, and back again to Regents Park for just after 5pm.
The formal air traffic warning is below:
EGTT/QWVLW/IV/M/W/000/025/5142N00006W017FORMATION TRANSIT OF UP TO 9 MIXED-TYPE HEL WILL ROUTE: 513309N 0002500W RAF NORTHOLT (EGWU) 1520 513200N 0000942W REGENTS PARK 1540 514041N 0002613W VCY WATFORD 1600 513817N 0000111W BANBURY RESERVOIR 1605 515303N 0001404E LONDON STANSTED (EGSS) 1637 513200N 0000942W REGENTS PARK 1710 513309N 0002500W RAF NORTHOLT (EGWU) 1712 FORMATION PLANS TO TRANSIT AT SFC-2000FT AGL. TIMINGS, HGT AND ROUTE ARE APRX AND MAY CHANGE DUE TO WX OR OTHER REQUIREMENTS. 2019-11-0658/AS2
LOWER: Surface UPPER: 2,500 Feet AMSL FROM: 29 Nov 2019 15:00 GMT TO: 29 Nov 2019 17:30 GMT
This article first appeared on www.ianvisits.co.uk
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