An RAF Airbus A400-M left Istanbul, Turkey and arrived at RAF Brize Norton around 3:30am on Wednesday morning, carrying PPE for the NHS.
It is not known if the vital consignment of personal protective equipment (PPE) has the urgently needed 400,000 surgical gowns.
There are two other RAF planes on Standby at the airbase to pick up further PPE and other items from Turkey.
The government has constantly been under fire as supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) has almost run out in some hospitals.
Doctors have warned on Monday that they could refuse to treat coronavirus patients to protect their own lives as hospitals are set to run out of PPE today.
A scientist has claimed that UK has “clearly passed the peak” as hospital coronavirus deaths has fallen during the “first wave” of the pandemic.
Oxford University’s Professor James Naismith, director of the Rosalind Franklin Institute research centre as the UK recorded 449 deaths on Monday.
Professor Carl Heneghan, of evidence-based medicine at Oxford University, says that data shows coronavirus infection rates halved after Boris Johnson told people to wash their hands.
Professor Heneghan said the government have “lost sight” of the scientific evidence and placed the UK into a lockdown on 23 March.