See the Route Blue Angels Will Take When Flying Over Chicago Tuesday

The US Navy's Blue Angels will fly over Chicago and a few other midwest cities on Tuesday to honor front line workers. Here is the plan:

The Blue Angels are coming to Chicago Tuesday

As part of their salute to health care workers and first responders fighting the coronavirus, the world-renowned Navy pilots have been paying tribute with a series of flyovers in America's major cities.

The Blue Angels have announced the times and flight path for their salute. The 15-minute flyover will begin at 11:45 a.m. as the Blue Angels fly along the lake front north from Hyde Park. At Edgewater, they will circle around and head southwest to the Kennedy Expressway and follow it to the Near West Side.

The flight path will then take them over the western suburbs around 11:51 a.m. before heading toward the South Loop. They will then head over the Southwest Side near the Back of the Yards and Gage Park before going over Bridgeview, and Oak Lawn and then heading over the South Side and out over the Lake at noon.

Looking forward to this!

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