Cornwall news Another RAF transporter plane circles over Cornwall for ages UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - It's the second military plane spotted over Cornwall in two days

Cornwall news Another RAF transporter plane circles over Cornwall for ages UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - It's the second military plane spotted over Cornwall in two days

Cornwall news  Another RAF transporter plane circles over Cornwall for ages UK news
22 June 2022 - 14:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Another huge military plane has been spotted circling a large area of the county this afternoon (June 22). The Airbus A-400 from the Royal Air Force was spotted flying low over the dunes in Newquay at around 1pm. The airplane is the most advanced, proven and certified airlifter available with 21st century state-of-the-art technologies. It has the capability to transport and deliver personnel and goods directly into theatres of operation. The plane, code named Ascot 487, looped around the RAF Brize Norton base in West Oxfordshire before flying down towards Cornwall, where it has been circling back and forth over a whole swathe of the county. It has been spotted flying low over Newquay and has done a large loop over the ocean. Read more:Huge RAF transporter plane spotted flying low over Cornwall According to flight-tracking website ADS-B Exchange, the aircraft made several large loops across the county, from the St Austell area across to the Newquay and Perranporth area. It has since started flying back towards RAF Brize Norton.

News source = PremierLeague-News.Com

. Flight tracking website, ADS-B Exchange, shows the route the aircraft flew (Image: ADS-B Exchange) This is the second military plane spotted flying low over the county. Yesterday (June 21) the same model - A400 but in the Ascot 465 -travelled the same route from Brize Norton before flying in circles over RAF St Mawgan near Cornwall Airport Newquay, and out over the Atlantic Ocean. It was said to have landed at Perranporth Airfield. The huge military plane had people baffled and deafened as they wonder what it was doing flying so low over Cornwall, especially in the Perranporth area. One person even joked at the time: "It nearly blew out the flames on our barbecue." Want the latest news delivered straight to your inbox? Click here to sign up for Cornwall Live's newsletters. READ NEXT: Cornwall taxi driver loses licence after being caught with phone at the wheel Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry toll increase could come earlier than expected Penzance rail workers say they are striking to 'defend jobs' and improve conditions Cornwall Council needs more money to pay for change to fortnightly bin collections 'Tsunami' effects felt in Cornwall and as far as France

Source = PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall

This news 22 hits received.

COMMENTS

  • 0 Comment
Last News