A flypast of WWII planes commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain has taken to the skies above London, as a service was held at Westminster Abbey.
The memorial flight of Hurricanes and Spitfires made there way over Westminster and across London at lunch time on Sunday, as part of a service honouring veterans, attended by Prince Charles.
It's one of several flypasts to take place this year. Prince Harry gave up his seat in a Spitfire earlier this week for a veteran to take part, while polticians, among others, attended a service at St Paul's.
Today's service in Westminster was attended by veterans. their families and dignitaries, as well as Prince Charles, who laid a wreath in memory.
The RAF lost 540 personel in the battle.