A US Air Force Bell/Boeing CV-22B Osprey, call sign XXXX and registered AE4ECE, has been notice flying over the south of England on Wednesday. According to flight trackers, the Osprey has flew a handful of times over the course of the afternoon and evening.
Twitter account DTY VirtualRadar, a bot which tweets the location of aircraft flying over the UK, flagged at 9:06pm the Osprey was over Alconbury.
According to flight tracking website adsbexchange.com, the Osprey made four journeys throughout Wednesday.
The US aircraft flew from RAF Mildenhall southwestwards to the Salisbury Plain Training Area, where it made a bizarre landing, at around 6:27pm.
At 7:05pm, the Osprey then flew from Imber Range to RAF Brize Norton outside Carterton.
At 8:16pm, the Osprey reached an altitude over 10,000ft and flew to the Stanford Training Area.
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