NEW JERSEY --  The Blue Angels and the Thunderbirds will fly over New York City, Newark, Trenton, and Philadelphia on Tuesday, April 28, in a show of support to honor healthcare heroes and essential workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.

Starting at 12 noon, the flyovers will begin over New York City and the surrounding area expecting to last about 35 minutes.  They will then head west toward Newark and south to Trenton and Philadelphia.

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. John Caldwell, Thunderbird 1 and mission commander for the flyover said, “We are truly excited to take to the skies with our Navy counterparts for a nationwide tribute to the men and women keeping our communities safe.” in a statement.  “We hope to give Americans a touching display of American resolve that honors those serving on the frontline of our fight with COVID-19.”

It will be a heck of a show; spectators will hear a tremendous roar from the jet engines as the 12 high-performance aircraft fly by in precise close formation.