As part of the Royal Australian Air Force Centenary activities, up to four warbirds from No. 100 Squadron based in Temora, NSW, will perform a flypast during a Commemorative Service at the RAAF Memorial in Canberra.
DATE: Tuesday 30 March 2021
TIME: Approximately 3.35pm
LOCATION: RAAF Memorial, Eastern side of Anzac Parade, Canberra, ACT
The participating aircraft will be flown by Reserve pilots from No. 100 Squadron, who demonstrate the flying capability of heritage aircraft at air shows around Australia.
Aircraft are expected to include:
- Lockheed Hudson (the only flying example of this light bomber in the world)
- CAC Boomerang (one of only two flying examples in the world)
- Spitfire Mk VIII
- CAC Mustang (Australian built)
More information regarding the participating aircraft is available at https://www.airforce.gov.au/about-us/history/historic-aircraft, and images are available here
This flypast is a separate event to the Spectacular Centenary Flypast, which will occur in Canberra the following day on Wednesday 31 March, 2021.