**UPDATE** 1415 - According to a statement from the MOD, the flypast is due to be scaled back due to adverse weather.
"Due to unsuitable weather conditions, the Coronation flypast will now be formed of helicopters and the Royal Air Force aerobatic team The Red Arrows.
"The flypast will last for two minutes and 30 seconds."
The tri-service aerial display was set to comprise more than 60 aircraft. It is now set to include just the rotary wing component and the Red Arrows.
The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has confirmed the line-up for today’s flypast to mark the coronation of King Charles III.
More than 60 aircraft from the Royal Air Force (RAF), Royal Navy and British Army are expected to fly through the skies above Buckingham Palace and The Royal Family at 2.30pm, subject to weather, serviceability, and operational commitments.
Leading the way will be three Juno HT1 helicopters from RAF Shawbury followed by a Wildcat HMA Mk2 from RNAS Yeovilton and a pair of RNAS Culdrose-based Merlin Mk4s.