The first details have emerged of the King’s coronation flypast.

The coronation will take place on May 6 at Westminster Abbey.

After the service the royal family will return to Buckingham Palace where they will conclude the day’s events by watching a flypast on the balcony.

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The flypast will impose restrictions in airspace in the vicinity of the North Sea, East Anglia, Essex and London to overfly Buckingham Palace.

The dispersal will occur to the south and west of the London Control Zone over Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire.

Flypast rehearsals are due to take place between April 25 and April 27.

This will take place in the vicinity of The North Sea and Southwold, Suffolk, Southend and then route via the overhead of RAF Marham, Norfolk and overfly RAF Cranwell and Lincolnshire.

The rehearsals are usually held on the first date (April 25), unless the weather is too bad and then they are delayed to the other days.

It has not yet been confirmed which aircraft will take part in the flyover.