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fly-past

a ceremonial flight of aircraft over a given area
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Yesterday the 82-year-old's dream came true after warplanes from Britain and the United States staged a fly-past to honour the 75th anniversary of the crash, which happened in 1944.
The fly-past is subject to weather and mechanical availability and no guarantees it will go ahead can be made.
New Delhi (India), Jan 16 ( ANI ): The Indian Air Force (IAF) is gearing up to carry out a fly-past on the inauguration of the National War Memorial here on January 25, a day before the Republic Day celebration at the Rajpath on January 26.
We're working with others to see if a fly-past is possible."
Besides the fighter aircraft, Air Borne Surveillance platforms of the PAF also participated in the fly-past. Karakoram Eagle-3 AWACS aircraft was flown by Wing Commander Faisal Nawaz ; whereas, two SAAB 2000 AEW and C aircraft were flown by Wing Commander Khayam Abbas and Wing Commander Aizad Shehzad, respectively.
PAF fighter jets conducted fly-pasts with breath-taking maneuvers, wowing the audience.
The fly-past has become synonymous with the race with the flagship A380 aircraft flying over the iconic circuit at approximately 4.50pm.
Summary: The special fly-past is the first time two Emirates wide body aircraft - the Boeing 777-300ER and A380 - have performed a flying display together
Summary: Aviation enthusiasts are treated to a special fly-past along the Dubai World Centre
It turns the clock back to feature displays of 1940s military vehicles and uniforms, vintage stalls, big band music and, it is hoped, a fly-past by a military aircraft.
SKY SHOW Crowds in Oban's North Pier for final fly-past of the HMS Gannet helicopters
ASEARCH and rescue helicopter which goes out of service this week has performed a farewell fly-past.