overfly ‎(third-person singular simple present overflies, present participle overflying, simple past overflew, past participle overflown)

  1. To fly over something.
    My family planned to take pictures from the ground as I overflew them in the hot air balloon.
  2. To fly too far past something.
    The small size of the airstrip meant that pilots would frequently overfly and have to circle back.