The C-47 Dakota, a part of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight which operates from RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire, will carry out the flypast.
Sir Tom’s a centesimal birthday celebrations final yr included a Spitfire flypast and he was photographed punching the air because it went previous.
At 12 midday immediately lots of of bellringers throughout the UK can pay tribute to Sir Tom by tolling a single bell 100 instances.
Troopers from the Yorkshire Regiment will carry his coffin to the crematorium immediately, with a firing celebration, a bugler and a ceremonial guard additionally forming a part of the service.
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace stated: “In nationwide emergencies odd individuals do extraordinary issues and encourage us all to tug collectively to beat adversity.
“Few can have heard of Sir Tom earlier than this disaster however his contribution and instance now lives on in us all.
“The armed forces are immensely proud to contribute to the celebration of his extraordinary lifetime of service.”
The regiment later merged with two others from Yorkshire, turning into the Yorkshire Regiment, and Sir Tom was made an honorary colonel final August.
His funeral can be attended by eight members of his speedy household – his two daughters Hannah Ingram-Moore and Lucy Teixeira, 4 grandchildren and his sons-in-law.
Ms Teixeira, 52, stated the service can be “fairly spectacular”, including: “There’s simply going to be the eight of us underneath full Covid restrictions, we’ll honour him the easiest way we probably can.”
There are plans to plant bushes world wide in his honour, with Ms Teixeira hoping the Timber for Tom initiative will end in a wooden in his residence county of Yorkshire and the reforestation of a part of India, the place he served through the Second World Struggle.
“My sister and I’ve been creating the funeral that my father needed,” she stated.
“He was very clear in his needs and if he may have been put right into a cardboard field, he would have finished that, reasonably than chop down a tree.”
Sir Tom requested that My Approach by Frank Sinatra be performed at his funeral and that his epitaph reads “I advised you I used to be outdated”, in reference to comic Spike Milligan’s well-known epitaph “I advised you I used to be in poor health”.
The household has urged individuals help the NHS by staying at residence.
As soon as Covid-19 restrictions allow, they are going to inter Sir Tom’s ashes in Yorkshire, along with his dad and mom and grandparents within the Moore household plot.