Continuing a tradition of excellence, the 2011 Chino Air Show commemorates the Centennial of Naval Aviation and puts an amazing collection of warbirds in the air.
Yielding more calendar photographs than any other warbird show, the 2010 Chino Air Show held its title as the premier west coast warbird show. We let the photographs tell the story. Who needs words when you have images like these?
This trio of T-33 Shooting Stars not only routinely perform on the airshow circuit, they also continue to serve in their intended role, providing a valuable resource training current Untied States Air Force and Navy pilots.
Frank Mormillo has become a regular passenger on transatlantic flights in recent years. He has developed a great appreciation for the British fervor for aviation, which they routinely celebrate in some of the world’s best air shows. Frank shares some of his images and gives some insight into the UK air show scene. Get your passport ready!
When five P-38 Lightnings gather in one place the news travels worldwide. Andrea Eldridge details the orchestration needed to make such an event successful.
A group of like minded warbird pilots have banded together to bring airshows to the small towns the Rocky mountain region. Mark Morris tells how they got their start.
Today only two flying examples of the rugged, dependable, Vietnam-era C-123 Provider remain flying in the continental United States. The story of how the volunteers at Air Heritage Museum in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, were able to save their beloved THUNDER PIG from the Boneyard is priceless, and their use of the airplane on the airshow […]
The Unlimited Gold race at the 2007 National Championship Air Race was one of the most exciting in years. Scott Germain brings the story of a week full of drama and fierce competition.
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John King Jr., the current president of the Flying Circus in Bealeton, Virginia, recently invited Stephen Chapis to visit the legendary Circus, where they put on an air show every weekend, flying wonderful, rare examples from aviation’s Golden Age. One of those aircraft, a beautiful WACO YPT-14, captured his attention and provided a learning experience […]