The plane will be flying around the country to mark the anniversary of the Dambusters raids during the Second World War.
The special event is taking place 80 years after the bomb raids on Germany.
The Dambusters raids, also known as Operation Chastise, were enforced on the evening of May 16 and 17, 1943 by 617 Squadron RAF Bomber Command, by using special ‘bouncing bombs’.
Yorkshire air crews played a key role in the Second World War, with RAF Bawtry used as a bomber command centre while RAF Finningley and RAF Lindholme were also used for attacks in Europe.
Below are the exact times the Lancaster Bomber will be flying over the Yorkshire region.
Saturday May 14
Golcar, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire flypast - from 2.40pm to 3.25pm.
Sunday May 15
Hatfield, South Yorkshire flypast - from 12.30pm to 1.20pm.