Photos: RAF Military Planes Land In Bermuda

February 19, 2016

At around 5.30pm today [Feb 19] aircraft from the Royal Air Force landed at LF Wade International Airport, with one Voyager tanker and three Typhoons touching down.

The RAF aircraft are understood to have traveled from Eglin Air Force Base in northwest Florida, and due to make a short stop on the island. It is not unusual for military aircraft to stop by Bermuda to refuel and for other purposes,and you can view past coverage by clicking here.


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  1. Terry says:

    Bit bloody late……Fahy called the meeting off………….

  2. Great photos!!! :-)

  3. Tom Cooke says:

    The sound of freedom. …

  4. Curious says:

    Where the voices perpetuating civil unrest heard that loudly? Praise Jah!

  5. swing voter says:

    I need a change of pace, Island life is killing me….can I hook a ride back east?

  6. Avgeek says:

    Anyone know their departure time?

  7. Sage says:

    They came in low and loud. Pure excitement.

    • Maybe a reminder for “certain people”? Letting them know that the vast majority of people on this Island aren’t alone. God Save The Queen!

  8. Akeil W says:

    I thought I heard something to you know. Those planes looked bud, I wish I looked out my window sooner, I was busy though.

    Hope they come through again^_^

  9. Onion Soup says:

    Great photos, especially the ones of the tanker coming in with the rainbow behind it.

  10. Avgeek says:

    Three more arrived this afternoon!