A pair of advanced Gis aircraft have been given a two-month refuelling stop in RAF Lossiemouth.

The aircraft are being used to help firefighting crews in the UK fight fires.

The planes, dubbed Gis Fire Fighting aircraft, have been used by RAF Lossieham to refuel on numerous occasions.

They are part of the Royal Air Force’s Fire and Rescue Aircraft (FAA) squadron.

More than 1,200 RAF firefighters have been killed in the fire fighting missions.