A military plane has been spotted flying low as it practised its landings at Glasgow Airport.

The Royal Air Force carrier A400M was filmed from Renfrew Golf Course by Twitter user @g_boad this afternoon.

It is understood the aircraft was practicing touch-and-go landings, which involves landing and taking off again without coming to a full stop. 

The military transport aircraft circled around Greater Glasgow in a circuit before returning to the airport. 

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The Airbus A400M has been spotted several times over the last few weeks as it completes training across the UK, but the Royal Air Force has confirmed it has nothing to do with the military's response to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

We previously told of the anger of residents after the Air Force carried out night drills over the area. 

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