Thousands watch RAF’s centenary flypast

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Media captionA flypast of aircraft observes the centenary of the Royal Air Force

Thousands of beings have picked outside Buckingham Palace to watch a flypast of aircraft to observe the centenary of the Royal Air Force.

Almost 100 aircrafts representative of RAF over its first year flew over The Mall following a procession by personnel.

The Queen and the other officers of the Royal Family read the spectacle – which included the brand-new F-3 5 soldier and Spitfires – from the palace balcony.

Earlier they stigmatized the centenary at a special service in Westminster Abbey.

The service inaugurated what the head of the RAF announced would be a “tremendous” day of occurrences to label its 100 years.