Canberra flypast for Korean War

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UP to three F/A-18A Hornets will perform a flypast over Anzac Parade as part of the 60th anniversary of the Korean Armistice commemoration at 12.20pm on Saturday.

An F/A-18A Hornet from 77 squadron.
An F/A-18A Hornet from 77 squadron.
The Hornets, from Number 77 Squadron at RAAF Base Williamtown, NSW, will fly at speeds up to 640 kph at an altitude not below 152 metres above buildings. The aircraft will fly north in close formation heading up Anzac Parade to overfly the Korean Memorial.

The RAAF says its flypasts are conducted within strict limitations. Safety, noise reduction and the environment are vital considerations in planning for, and the conduct, of flypast activities.

 

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