If you are planning to brave the heat and get outside this weekend, the air show is back in town for the first time in four years. Lots of work has gone into putting the air show together and spectators can expect to be in for a wild ride as lots will be taking place. The president of this year’s air show, Dallas Harty explains what attendees will expect.
“We’ve got a really good lineup of aerial performers. We’ve got six or seven aerial performers including Bill Carter, and Dan Reeves, Anna Serbinenko just to name a few. We’ve got Manfred Radius with his glider and then of course the headliners, Jess with the CF-18 hornet demonstration team. Its pretty exciting when he flew in last night, nice to see them here again. Then we’ve got an amazing static display this year with the shortage of military assets in Western Canada especially, we don’t have much military on display,” said Dallas Harty, 2022 President of the Lethbridge International Airshow Association.
The airshow will be running both Saturday and on Sunday with gates opening at 10 a.m.