Video Tip: Find something unique to attract airshow crowds

Don & Nicole Gutridge from Oakdale, California offer this tip for creating a great airshow: Find something unique to offer for entertainment and/or education.The Oakdale Airport O27 Open House, held in October, found this jaw-dropping performance to showcase. You can view our 2015 Oakdale Flying Display with Greg Milosevich here:

Something memorable or safety related is always good. We also gave over 100 Young Eagles flights and included a Civil Air Patrol educational booth.

Source: http://generalaviationnews.comVideo Tip: Find something unique to attract airshow crowds

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Hybrid Air Vehicles Plans Airlander Test Flight

Hybrid Air Vehicles of England plans to test fly its Airlander 10 in March for the first time. The aircraft is a combination of lighter-than-air, airplane and helicopter concepts and resembles an airship. It’s capable of high-altitude flight, although the first test will be limited to 4,000 feet over a two-hour flight, according to the Independent.
Source: avwebHybrid Air Vehicles Plans Airlander Test Flight

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Mooney Unveils Something New: A Two-Door Acclaim

Besides the signature reversed vertical fin, Mooney airplanes have always been characterized by a single cabin door. But no more. This week, Mooney rolled out the new Acclaim Ultra M20V, a significant redo of the company’s best-selling Acclaim. At the company’s newly refurbished Kerrville, Texas, factory, Mooney showed the production version of its new model to reporters and editors at a press event on Thursday.
Source: avwebMooney Unveils Something New: A Two-Door Acclaim

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