An RAF Tornado jet has been captured flying over Leeds today.
The official military aircraft, an RAF Tornado GR4, was spotted ripping across the skies over Leeds.
The jet is capable of speeds of Mach 1.3 and pushes out 16,000lbs of thrust from each Rolls Royce engine (that's a lot).
This video shows the day/night attack jet flying over Leeds Bradford Airport today in footage provided by Leeds Bradford Airport.
The plane, from RAF Mahram, was flying over Leeds as part of a training excercise in the area.
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Photo: A close-up shot of an RAF Tornado GR4 in use at an RAF base in Cyprus