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Breitling Huntington Beach Airshow takes to the skies October 21

Breitling Huntington Beach Airshow takes to the skies October 21

Inaugural free airshow headlined by Breitling Jet Team and U.S Air Force Thunderbirds

The inaugural Breitling Huntington Beach Airshow, the West Coast’s only beachfront airshow, takes to the skies Oct. 21 – 23 over one of Southern California’s most popular beaches.

Jaw-dropping jet stunts by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, the Breitling Jet Team and other performers can be viewed on the 2-mile stretch of beach from the Huntington Beach Pier to Magnolia Street.


The HB Airshow is being headlined by the Air Force Thunderbirds and the Breitling Jet Team that is completing a two-year North American tour with this performance. Other Airshow performers include National Aerobatic Champion Michael Goulian, an F-18 Super Hornet TAC Demonstration, Jack Link’s Screamin’ Sasquatch, Red Bull World Champion Kirby Chambliss, Lyon Air Museum’s C-47 Dakota, U.S. Coast Guard Search and Rescue demonstration, a FedEx flyover of a Boeing 757, esteemed aerobatic performers Bill Stein and Breitling’s David Martin.

This free community event features interactive exhibits from NASA, Boeing and Ford with more than a mile of souvenir and specialty item shopping, including an official airshow shirt. Dozens of premium food options will provide an enjoyable culinary experience for attendees.

Proceeds from the Airshow will benefit the newly formed Aerospace Education Foundation that will empower youth to achieve career goals in aviation and aerospace.



When:

Thursday, Oct. 20 – Air Force Thunderbirds complete sight survey of the Huntington Beach performance area. They will be flying from approx. 12:50pm – 1:30pm over the ocean.

Friday, Oct. 21 – Practice day begins at noon with performances until 4pm.

Saturday, Oct. 22 – Sunday, Oct 23 – Airshow from noon – 4pm

Upgraded seating/VIP areas open at 9am
Where:

Attendees can watch the free airshow on the beach between the Huntington Beach Pier and Magnolia St. The best viewing area will be Beach Blvd. and Pacific Coast Highway.

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