This is why a giant military plane was seen flying low over Wakefield
and live on Freeview channel 276
The aircraft will also be training in Prestwick, Scotland, this morning.
RAF Brize Norton tweeted: "This morning, our A400M Atlas aircraft will be operating in the vicinity of Leeds and Prestwick, whilst engaged in essential training.
"These are necessary, routine, flights and not connected with RAF support to the UK's fight against coronavirus."
The aircraft, which has the call sign Ascot480, has been tracked flying over the south and west of the city, before making an approach towards Leeds Bradford Airport.
Chris Newsome spotted the low-flying plane from his garden in Horsforth, filming the aircraft on its training approach.
Chris said: "I live right under the flight path so I'm used to seeing planes low all the time. It's just nice to see an aircraft flying over again."
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