first_imgSpecific locations for the flyover will be released at a later date, the National Warplane Museum says. The flyover is scheduled for June 6 at 10 a.m. The event is titled, “Thanks from Above.” The Warplane Museum says its fortunate to have essential workers during the pandemic. “We are incredibly honored to take part in yet another flyover mission to show forth our gratitude and support to those on the frontlines,” says Director of Flight Operations at the National Warplane Museum Todd Cameron. (WBNG) — The National Warplane Museum will hold a flyover to honor essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic over the Southern Tier. A Douglas C-47 and a P-51 Mustang will participate in the flight. The museum asks all individuals viewing the planes when they flyover to maintain social-distancing rules.last_img