Flying Ad hoc Network (FANET) consists of a group of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that fulfill a certain mission in various applications. The UAV targets uploading data to the 6G networks through communication to other UAVs or to the base station. UAVs collaborate for a purpose to achieve a certain mission in a faster and more reliable way compared to a single UAV. In critical cases such as flooding or earthquakes, one or more UAVs can be non-functional thus emerging a disconnected network. One of the most reliable routing schemes is clustering which splits the network into clusters. Every cluster incorporates a cluster-head and cluster-members. The selection of the cluster-head possesses a high influence on the routing scheme's performance as it is responsible for all intra-cluster communication. A new clustered weighted scheme with a redundant cluster-head is proposed to ensure end-to-end communication in critical 6G infrastructures. The parameters of the weighted formula used for cluster establishment and primary cluster-head selection are the distance, the performance index, the speed, and the energy. A secondary cluster-head that automatically replaces the primary cluster-head whenever it is non-functional is selected based on the link reliability. The promising results obtained from MATLAB simulation are discussed in section IV.