We want to hear about your favorite airshow or fly-in.
There are so many great ones...
We want to hear about all of the great airshows and fly-ins all over the world for seeing antique airplanes.
We can't get to all of them,
...though we'd like to...
...and we've been trying!
We'd love to have your input.
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Oshkosh is one of our favorites.... can you blame us?
There are other great shows.
Watsonville is practically in our backyard, so that was a sentimental favorite for vintage airplanes in the past.
England has lots of great airshows.... Duxford is exciting. We loved the flying days at the Shuttleworth Collection.
And in France at La Ferte Alais we saw planes we had never seen before... and it was the only airshow we've been to where we could go wine tasting at the same time!
Please share it with us.
Where is it? What country? What city? What airport? What do you love about it?
your favorite feature antique airplanes?
Do you like shows with lots of aerobatics?
Do you like shows featuring great warbirds... past and present? Please share them.
And just like with antique airplanes, you may have several favorites. That's great... share them all!
Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the favorites that others have told us about. You can comment on them if you'd like. Maybe add to their information. We need all the help we can get.
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Now wasn't that simple? We all thank you!
Find 'em, See 'em, Fly,'em! And have a great flight!
Judy and Mark
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