On Saturday, June 19, 2021, Waterloo Warbirds will take to the skies for Operation Revival, a formation flyover recognizing the role all Canadians have played over the past year in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. The flight will also pay special honor to all essential workers who have worked tirelessly on the front lines to keep society running and to keep Canada's communities healthy and safe.Waterloo Warbirds will be flying a 3-ship formation with their T-33 Silver Star "Mako Shark", de Havilland Vampire, and L29 Delfin. The formation will first fly to Brampton before flying over Toronto, Vaughan, and returning over the Region of Waterloo and Guelph. A plane from Flite Line Charters will also be towing a banner around the Region of Waterloo with a message of support."The fight against COVID-19 has taken the combined effort of all Canadians along with the hard work of those facing the crisis head-on in essential and front-line roles," said Derek Hammond, Waterloo Warbirds' President and Director of Flight Operations. "With this flight, we want to honor everyone who has been impacted by the pandemic over the last year. It's important to us to use our unique platform to share our message of support, and we hope it helps raise people's spirits as we move toward the new normal."