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Wings Over Houston Air Show


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Next Date Oct 14 to Oct 15, 2023!
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  • Oct 14 to Oct 15, 2023
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Ellington Airport
11602 Aerospace Avenue
Houston, Texas Google Maps
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Thunderbirds
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The Thunderbirds have been the U.S. Air Force demonstration squadron since May of 1953. Flying their multi-role fighter jet, the F-16 Fighting Falcon, the team performs in air shows as well as flyovers for various events. These demonstrations help to showcase the skill and professionalism it takes to be part of one of the finest fighting forces in the world. Airshow demonstrations typically consist of six aircraft flying in formation and performing acrobatics. Like most performers, the pilots and crew are usually available for meet and greets. 

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