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Henry Allingham lunched with dignitaries including Air Vice Marshal Peter Dye, before a Lancaster bomber, Spitfire and Hurricane honoured his achievement with a flypast at RAF Cranwell in Lincolnshire. His life has spanned three centuries and six monarchs and he is just one of three known UK survivors from the First World War. I am looking forward to a wonderful day and to seeing the family.'People ask me how I've done it, and I just say that I look forward to another tomorrow.'Scroll down for more Europe's oldest man Henry Allingham celebrates his 112th birthday The parachute display by the RAF Falcons was cancelled due to low cloud but the team jumped out of a Chinook helicopter instead to present Mr Allingham with a birthday card signed by the Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sir Glenn Torpy.
After the presentation, a Lancaster bomber flanked by two spitfires flew over the college lawn in front of Mr Allingham and his 44 guests, who included his great-great-grandchildren Erik Carlson, two, and four-month-old Lila Rose Gray.
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