Warbirds planning flyovers in Guelph, Waterloo Region on Remembrance Day

The Waterloo Warbirds do their best to honor Canada’s veterans and active soldiers on Remembrance Day.

Three jets take off and fly over cenotaphs and cemeteries in the Waterloo and Guelph area, take off at approximately 10:20 a.m. and return shortly after 11 a.m.

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“On Memorial Day, we honor her memory and service, and also pay tribute to those currently serving Canada both domestically and internationally,” the group said in a press release.

The three-jet formation includes a CT-133 Silver Star “Mako Shark”, a MiG-15 UTI and a de Havilland Vampire.

Tomorrow we will take to the skies to honor Canada’s veterans, active service members, and their families and friends. Our T-33, MiG-15 & Vampires will fly over cenotaphs and cemeteries in the Waterloo Region & Guelph, starting around 10:20 am and returning shortly after 11:00 am. pic.twitter.com/HlB2Gjdjh2

– Waterloo Warbirds (@WaterlooWarbird) November 10, 2021

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More information about the flight will be shared on the Waterloo Warbird’s social media channels.


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