The plane, used by Chief Commander of the Polish Armed Forces in 1943-44, General Kazimierz Sosnkowski, was transported from Canada to Poland. After World War II the aircraft was operated by a Canadian airline and later was placed in a museum.
The Polish Air Force and Britain's Royal Air Force (RAF) in Żagań, west Poland, will mark the March 24-falling 75th anniversary of the World War II mass escape of Allied pilots from a German POW camp in the area.
While violations of NATO airspace are generally rare, there has been a recent increase from Russian Su-27 fighter jets and Su-24 Fencer bombers.
Thousands of members of the Polish Air Force lived in Hillingdon, now a borough of Greater London, during WWII. The trail encompasses four locations that were significant to the Polish pilots.
Celebrating 100 years of Polish military aviation, the two-day show will be the largest event of its kind in Polish history with over 100 planes and helicopters from 22 countries.