Lauderdale Air Show
The highly anticipated and newly renamed Lauderdale Air Show took to the skies Saturday. Thousands came out to watch the show and security at the event was sky high.
The highly anticipated and newly renamed Lauderdale Air Show takes to the skies this weekend. The crowds will be plentiful and so will security.
Ft. Lauderdale’s famed beach will be packed this weekend as the Lauderdale Air Show takes to the skies. To prepare for the event State Road A1A along the beach has been closed to traffic as workers set up for the show.
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will be grounded for this year’s Lauderdale Air Show in April as a result of the federal budget sequester.
The high flyin’ Lauderdale Air Show is on the move. Organizers of the show have moved it from the first weekend in May to the middle of April.
After a successful return this year after a four year hiatus, the Lauderdale Air Show has announced the dates for the show in 2013.
Due to weather conditions, organizers of the Ft. Lauderdale Air Show were forced to cancel Sunday’s performance.
There will be almost much traffic on the ground as there will be in the skies over Ft. Lauderdale Beach as tens of thousands are expected to look to the skies Saturday for the first of two days of aerobatic displays with the return of the Ft. Lauderdale Air Show.
CBS4’s Vanessa Borge gets the ride of her life during a ride-along with a member of the elite U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds demonstration team, the headline act at this weekend’s Lauderdale Air Show.
Planes will soar over the skies of Ft. Lauderdale Beach and audiences will be blown away by acrobatic acts at the 2012 Lauderdale Air Show Saturday through Sunday.