A plan to have a plane flyover in New York City on September 11 is facing tons of scrutiny from locals who feel it is disrespectful to the memories of those who were killed 19 years ago during the 9/11 terror attacks.

The planned flyover will involve an F-18 jet that will go over the Hudson river towards the Verrazzano Bridge at 3:30 p.m. on the 19th anniversary of the attacks. The aircraft will fly at approximately 2,500 ft.

However, the event isn’t being well-received, with many criticizing it as a bad idea and distasteful considering the day.

Others worried about the level of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder it could inflict on people who still have vivid memories of the day.

Some questioned if it was actually a seriously planned thing, especially since more lives have been lost since with the ongoing pandemic.

The flyover is one event planned to commemorate the dead and remember the day that changed New York, and the United States as a whole. In New York City, a gathering at the 9/11 Memorial Plaza will be restricted only to family members of those who died this year due to the pandemic, and there will not be an in-person reading of the victims’ names. The reading was pre-recorded and will be broadcast throughout the plaza and live-streamed online.

Moments of silence will also be observed at 8:46 a.m., 9:03 a.m., 9:37 a.m., 9:59 a.m., 10:03 a.m. and 10:28 a.m., to commemorate when the hijacked planes crashed into the North and South Towers in New York, when the towers fell, and when planes struck both the Pentagon in Washington DC and a field in Shanksville, Pa.

Another event organized by the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation will also take place near Zuccotti Park, and President Trump plans to attend a ceremony at the Memorial in Pennsylvania.

A relative holds the portrait of a victim during the September 11 Commemoration Ceremony at the 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center in New York A relative holds the portrait of a victim during the September 11 Commemoration Ceremony at the 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center in New York Photo: AFP / Don Emmert