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fly-past

n
(Aeronautics) a ceremonial flight of aircraft over a given area. Also called (esp US): flyover
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However, given the significant loss of life, I do feel it's right for the CAA to restrict all vintage aircraft to just fly-pasts.
I have operated aircraft fly-pasts before, at the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, but this occasion we flew much lower and I will treasure the memories forever.
This is one of the more complex fly-pasts there have been because there are so many aircraft taking part.
The culmination of the event was the fly-past of a very old looking Dakota aeroplane, which did three fly-pasts over Normanby.
At 2pm today, one of the biggest Naval and Fleet Air Arm fly-pasts was due to take place along the Mersey.
The RAF's Red Arrows flying team get 600 requests a year to do fly-pasts at private functions, like weddings and funerals and even pet burials.
Broughton was one of a series of fly-pasts for the aircraft, which also flew above Birmingham, Edinburgh, Prestwick, Portrush, and Belfast airports.
Tattoo producer Brigadier Mel Jameson said: "I am genuinely sympathetic - but these fly-pasts are very brief.
n One of the aircrafts taking part in the Battle of the Atlantic rememberance fly-pasts over the River Mersery this weekend is renewing its historic links with the city.
VINTAGE cars, aeroplane fly-pasts and 1920s music will be part of a summer celebration to mark the 80th anniversary of Coventry's War Memorial Park.
Organisers of the exhibition, which opens in the southern city of Zhuhai on November 4, said the Airbus A380 superjumbo would take part in fly-pasts and static displays.