The concept of drone corridors is recently getting more attention to enable connected, safe, and secure flight zones in the national airspace. To support beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operations of aerial vehicles in a drone corridor, cellular base stations (BSs) serve as a convenient infrastructure, since such BSs are widely deployed to provide seamless wireless coverage. However, antennas in the existing cellular networks are down-tilted to optimally serve their ground users, which results in coverage holes if they are also used to serve drones. In this letter, we consider the use of additional uptilted antennas at cellular BSs and optimize the uptilt angle to minimize outage probability for a given drone corridor. Our numerical results show how the beamwidth and the maximum drone corridor height affect the optimal value of the antenna uptilt angle.