Dayton Air Show 2007

August 23, 2006 at 6:15 pm 1 comment

This article states the Dayton Air Show next year will be on the last weekend in July.  Since the EAA is taking place in Osh Kosh, I would think this means there will be fewer war birds at the show, which will be disappointing some, based on comments after this years show.  I would think they would want as many functioning war birds as possible for the 60th anniversary of the Air Force. 
Dayton will, however, have the
USAF Thunderbirds in attendance, which will always be a big crowd pleaser. 

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  • 1. Dean Haun  |  September 10, 2006 at 7:34 pm

    This years airshow was a disappointment.I hope next years airshow is better.
    I have front row seats and people were standing in front of us.
    You can’t have ten year old kids being security . And trying to tell these
    people to stand back. It just doesn’t work. They don’t have this problem at
    the Cleveland airshow.

    Dean Haun

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