After a day of celebration, the coronation will conclude with a huge flypast.

The May 6 event will see 60 aircraft pass through Norfolk's skies before heading to Buckingham Palace.

It will include the Red Arrows and the full Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

Also taking part are P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft, F-35B Lightning II jets, Envoy IV CC1 and 16 helicopters.

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The flypast will start in the North Sea to the northwest of Norfolk.

Aircraft will move south over the west of the county - King's Lynn, Downahm Market, Swaffham, Thetford - and west over the southeast of the county - Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Beccles.

It will then pass Ipswich, Colchester and Chelsford before arriving in London from the northeast.

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This is where the flypast will peak with the aircraft passing over the Mall and Buckingham Palace at 2.30pm.

They will then continue from the capital towards Oxford and Reading.

There are airspace restrictions in the North Sea, East Anglia and London between 12.15pm and 3pm.

It will impact light aircraft pilots and drone users, but not commercial flights.