Plane enthusiasts can start to get excited as the Royal Air Force museum announced it will be reopening to the public.

The museum in Edgware, Barnet, will reopen on Monday, July 6 after taking advice from the Government and Public Health England.

A number of safety measures have been introduced into the museum ahead of the reopening, including a one-way visitor flow and a limit on the number of people in each building.

Hand sanitiser stations will be available at the entrance to each hangar and throughout each building as well.

Although entry to the museum will continue to remain free, people must now pre-book their arrival time to guarantee space in the museum.

Barry Smith, Director of Visitor and Commercial Development, RAF Museum, said: “We are incredibly happy to welcome our visitors back and have implemented a range of measures across both sites to ensure a safe and great day out for the whole family. Our friendly staff are also committed to creating a considerate and respectful environment for all our visitors.

"With our expansive spaces and engaging exhibits, we are the ideal day out for the summer.”

You can pre-book tickets by clicking here.