Hamilton Airshow 2015
Headed down to Hamilton to see the Hamilton Airshow hosted by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. Last time I visited was back in 2010, and they’ve made a number of changes to the event. Tickets were now $99, but for that you and 1,200 others were taken to a venue closer to the runways, a couple of drink tickets for beer/wine, and free food. There were lots of seats available, the view of the planes was unobstructed and the weather cooperated for the day.
Here are some pics:
Apparently the museum’s DC-3 Dakota experienced some engine problems while in the air and it made a quick landing, with the local firefighting crew streaming in the airfield as a precaution.
Tags: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, DC-3 Dakota, Fokker D.III, Hamilton Airshow 2015, Harvard aircraft, Hawker Hurricane Mk. IV, Mako Shark, Mitchell B-25J, Mosquito, Rick Volker, Sea Harrier FA2, Spitfire, T-33 Silver Star, Yak Attack
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