After a four year hiatus, organizers of a new air show over Ft. Lauderdale beach have lined up a premier headline act.
On Monday, the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds confirmed that they will perform at the 2012 Lauderdale Air Show on April 28th and 29th.
It’s back. After a four year hiatus, a new air show will take place in the sky over Ft. Lauderdale’s beach.
The world’s newest aircraft will not make a trip to Homestead next year, after the US Air Force rejected a plan to hold an commercial air show at the Homestead Air Reserve Base in 2011.
An emergency meeting is set for Tuesday so city commissioners can consider proposals from two competing groups planning the Air & Sea Show in Fort Lauderdale.
First there were no air shows for four years and now the city of Fort Lauderdale has two shows proposed for next year.