Because the weather is bright and sunny today, those lucky enough to live or be near these areas will have a clear view.
The flypast may be broadcast on news channels such as SkyNews and BBC for those who are unable to attend in person.
“As two great island democracies…,” Johnson said before Mr Kishida’s visit. The United Kingdom and Japan are working hard to boost growth, create high-wage jobs, and maintain our status as technological superpowers.
“Prime Minister Kishida’s visit will strengthen our close defense relationship and expand our trade partnership to support major infrastructure projects across the country, which will help us achieve our leveling-up agenda.”
The RAF’s next big show will be on June 2 for the Midlands Air Festival, which is a must-see for plane enthusiasts.
You can see more on the RAF’s website here.