These are the vintage planes flying over Houston this Sunday
HOUSTON – This Sunday’s ‘Flight to the Finish’ flyover event presented by Lone Star Flight Museum will feature some of the most prominent aircraft that flew during World War II. The planes will depart from Ellington Field at 1:45 p.m. and travel to different parts of Houston, including downtown, the San Jacinto Monument and Memorial Park. These are the planes flying over Houston this Sunday:North American B-25/PBJ-1The B-25/PBJ-1 was a twin-engine medium bomber used by the U.S Military and the Royal Canadian Army, The Skytamer Archive stated. North American P-51 Mustang (Courtesy of Lone Star Flight Museum)North American AT-6/SNJThe AT-6/SNJ was the training plane for pilots prior to combat, explained the Vintage Flying Museum. Ryan L17 Navion (Courtesy of Lone Star Flight Museum)A-36 Bonanza (Photography Plane)Another one of the Beechcraft models emerged from Wichita, Kansas in 1937.