Legitimate complaints about Dayton Air Show

August 1, 2006 at 5:36 pm Leave a comment

Now that I’m over the initial thrill of the Dayton Air Show, I’d have to agree with some of the complaints that people had here, on the Dayton Daily News.  When there are only two P-38s that are air worthy right now, it sure would have been nice to get a better picture of this plane and maybe talk to the pilot about all the effort he has made to keep her flying. Instead we now have the distant picture of it parked next to the jets on the flight line.  Hopefully, next years show will have more planes and more accessibility.  I would think they’d want to do a great show for the Air Forces 60th anniversary.  I posted a comment yesterday, but apparently the moderator didn’t feel my comment worthy of publication. Maybe because I stated that there are more of the old warbirds booked for the Indianapolis Air Show than Dayton’s?


Entry filed under: Airshows, aviation.

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