A vintage WWII bomber wooed onlookers in Victoria as it flew around Victoria International Airport.
The beautifully preserved B-17 Aluminum Overcast is visiting Victoria for the next few days courtesy of the Experimental Aircraft Association.
Though this particular aircraft never saw action, planes just like it were instrumental in the allied fight during the Second World War.
The Flying Fortress was used primarily in Europe and because of their long-range capability, these bombers were were able to fly into battle with no fighter escort.
The Victoria Flying Club is inviting the public to come take a look between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. every afternoon until Sunday.
They are promising more visits from the vintage aircraft in the months to come.