The Cleveland National Air Show will feature the Navy’s Blue Angels over Labor Day weekend in 2024.
Six demonstration pilots will entertain air-show fans with a one-hour choreographed aerobatic presentation. It includes the four-plane diamond formation and maneuvers by two solo pilots.
Cleveland is among 30 U.S. cities chosen to host the Blue Angels in 2024.
The show is Saturday, Aug. 31, to Monday, Sept. 2. Tickets are not on sale yet.
The show, a Labor Day weekend tradition that attracts 60,000 to 100,000 people to Burke Lakefront Airport, includes aerial thrills, military jet demonstrations, interactive exhibits, kid-friendly activities and planes on display. Fans can watch a jet truck race an airplane down the runway, tour aircraft, help pack a parachute and more.
Each year the show brings in precision flying teams from the various U.S. military forces. This year, the Air Force’s Thunderbirds flew in the show.
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