On 10 July, one hundred days after our official 100th birthday, join us in London for our centrepiece event, the RAF100 parade and flypast.
Here's a look at all the aircraft and the order they will fly in as they soar over London.
Over a thousand servicemen and women will take part in a parade on The Mall at 11:25am.
Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by The Prince of Wales, will present a new Queen's Colour to the Royal Air Force at a ceremony to mark its centenary, on the forecourt of Buckingham Palace.
Then at 1:00pm The Queen, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall, other Members of the Royal Family and members of the public will witness the historic flypast where up to 100 aircraft, representing the RAF’s history, will fly over Buckingham Palace.
It promises to be a spectacle never seen before and one that won’t be seen again for a very long time.
How You Can Take Part
Join us on the Mall and experience the celebrations in person.
Watch live coverage on BBC One from 9:30am to 1:20pm or stream on BBC iPlayer to watch the events as they unfold live. Alternatively listen to BBC Radio 2 for further coverage.
Share your photos, videos and comments using the hashtag #RAF100
If you can't get to London but live in the surrounding area here's the route that the aircraft are taking in and out of London. So keep an eye (or two) on the skies so you don't miss out.
Here's what else is happening..
The RAF100 Baton Relay will also complete its 100 day journey on 10 July.
On the 11-12 July the 2018 Chief of Air Staff’s Air Power Conference (APC18) will take place, more information can be found here.
With unique access to the preparations and rehearsals, the RAF100 website and Royal Air Force social media channels will showcase some of the behind-the-scenes activity in the build-up to the day so make sure you follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.