Warbirds of old will soar through the skies for the largest Anzac overflight ever staged by the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society Aviation Museum this month.
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Former Defence aircraft will stage waves of flyovers across eight locations along the NSW coast as an aerial tribute to Anzac Day on 25 April.
They will fly in a long line astern over Anzac services at Shellharbour at 8:10am; Wollongong, Kiama, and Kangaroo Valley from 10:30am; Bundeena at 9:45am; Cronulla at 9:50am; Coogee from 10am; and the city of Sydney from 10:.30am.
The waves are expected to comprise aircraft including Orion AP-3C, Neptune SP-2H, Spitfire Mk IX, Grumman Tracker S-2G, Dakota C-47, two Caribou DHC-4, and Iroquois Huey UH-1B.
Aircraft will return to HARS Aviation Museum at Shellharbour Airport to join the display for visitors, along other significant Australian aircraft.
The HARS display is scheduled to include F-111C swing-wing bomber, Neptune and Trackers maritime patrol aircraft, Winjeel trainer, a PBY Catalina, a Sea Fury, a Wessex helicopter, Sabre, Vampire and Sea Venom jets, as well as airliners.