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"The Syracuse International Airshow came to Hancock International Airport with a collection of unique aircraft for aviation enthusiasts to see. Performances by Gene Soucy's 'Showcat' bi-lane with wing walker Teresa Stokes. The Lima Lima Flight Team, The Golden Knights, the Army parachute team, and the GEICO Skytypers. The military was well represented with the Navy's F18 and the Air Force's F 16's. that left the fans in awe of their power and speed. Aircraft was also there to be seen and tour. The huge Air Force KC10 refueling plane had people enter and exit out the large payload door. Thousands attended attended with another anticipated large crowd Sunday.", www.syracuse.com
"SYRACUSE, N.Y.--- I love this airplane, says North Syracuse native John Shott.He vividly remembers his days as a radio operator during World War Two, flying countless missions over New Guinea and the Philippines.Pointing to different spots on the plane, he", cnycentral.com
"Early morning rain couldn't keep spectators away from the Syracuse International Airshow Saturday at Hancock International Airport. This was the first air show at the facility in years and the early morning crowd of hundreds grew significantly as the clouds gave way to partly cloudy skies and warmer temperatures by noon.Watching in amazement from atop his father's shoulders, youngster Owen Bryant, from Niskayuna, N.Y., held his ears as an F-16 raced by. 'He has sensitive", www.timestelegram.com
"Major Craig 'Rocket' Baker always knew he wanted to be a Rocket Man, and become one he did. The F-16 pilot based at Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter, SC pushes his plane to the limit as his Viper Performance Team was one of many aerial acts at the Syracuse Air Show at Hancock International Airport Saturday and today. Baker and his team do airshows nationwide and focus on inspiring a future generation of pilots and personal to pursue their dreams in the military. 'Follow your heart, and a lot of vision and vector will really help you out,' Baker said. The Airshow starts at 9AM today. Besides Baker, their will be an F-18 demonstration, a a bi-plane wingwalking show, the Golden Knights skydiving team, and a chance to fly in a vintage B-25 bomber (for a fee). Tickets for the airshow are $20 for adults, and $15 for children 5-15. See pictures from Saturday's show here:", www.syracuse.com
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