The Blue Angels are flying over Chicago Tuesday, and here’s what you should know

The planes are making a flyby to honor health care workers

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A pair of Navy Blue Angels go inverted as they fly by the crowd during the 2015 Chicago Air & Water Show at North Avenue Beach.

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Teddy bears in windows, flickering lights, honking, cheering, singing.

Now get ready to add the Blue Angels to the list of ways the nation is honoring health care workers.

Here’s what you need to know about the precision-flying Navy airplanes that are set to pass over Chicago on Tuesday.

The flyover is scheduled to begin at 11:45 a.m., although times are subject to change.

The planes will begin on the South Side on a route that takes them over the Southwest and Northwest Sides of the city. The planes will then head as far north as Evanston before returning south along the lakefront.

Chicagoans are being advised to watch from the safety of their homes while quarantining.

The planes will also be flying over Detroit and Indianapolis on Tuesday.


Blue Angels flight path for Tuesday’s flyby honoring health care workers.


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