Cleveland National Airshow
Over Labor Day weekend the Center for Aviation Studies attended the Cleveland National Airshow. This was the first time that Ohio State Aviation has displayed at the airshow, one of the longest running in the country, and attendance was outstanding. The Center once again brought Scarlet 50 along to show off and display the pride of the OSU flight team. During the course of the weekend, an estimated 500 "kids" of all ages were given the chance to sit inside and ask questions.
Each day of the airshow the crowds were entertained by numerous aerbatic acts, such as Skip Stuart, Julie Clark & our new friends Redline Airshows. There were also fly-bys of WWII airplanes such as the B-17, P-51, and TBM Avenger. But the higlight of the show was the performance by the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. Each day they entained the thousands of spectators with their precision formation flying.
If your in Cleveland next Labor Day weekend, make sure you stop by the Airshow to see us.