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12 places to watch Thunderbirds fly over San Antonio

Air Force’s Thunderbirds will fly over San Antonio Wednesday, May 13

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SAN ANTONIONOTE: Forecasted inclement weather in San Antonio and Austin could delay flyover times or postpone the flyover all together, according to social post on the Air Force Thunderbirds Facebook page.

The Air Force’s Thunderbirds flyover in San Antonio is scheduled to start around 2:20 p.m. Wednesday, a one hour delay from the originally scheduled time, with the spectacle expected to last approximately 30 minutes, according to AFThunderbirds.com.

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The Thunderbirds, who were originally scheduled to fly over Austin and San Antonio Tuesday, released their expected flight path on Instagram. You can view the flight path and a view from the cockpit of a past Blue Angels flight here.

KSAT will have multiple livestreams of the flyover on KSAT.com on Wednesday. See a map of the places to watch at the bottom of this article.

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Residents will be able to see the flyover from their home, according to Air Force officials who are asking people to maintain social distancing and refrain from gathering in large groups. Those who can stay home to see the show, should, according to the Air Force.

However, if you do need to travel in order to see the Thunderbirds there are several options in the San Antonio area where you should be able to safely socially distance and still catch the show:

  • Alamodome Parking Lot
  • Calaveras Lake area
  • Comanche Lookout Park
  • Culebra Creek Park
  • Hardberger Park
  • HEB Plus parking lot (281 and Evans)
  • Landa Park
  • McAllister Park
  • Northeast Lakeview College Parking Lot
  • Oak Hills Park
  • Pearsall Park
  • Walmart Supercenter parking lot (Floresville)

Thunderbirds release flight path for San Antonio flyover

If you get good pictures or video of the flyover, upload them here with KSAT Connect and we may use them on air or on our website.

For more information on the Thunderbirds, visit www.afthunderbirds.com.

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