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The 2021 U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds: Shorter, Sweeter, Sneakier

By Roger Mola The lull in air shows last season nudged the Thunderbirds into rebooting their performance for the first time since 1983 when the...

Back in Business, But Not Business as Usual

By Collin Callahan So far, 2021 looks very similar to 2020: many businesses closed, events of all sorts cancelled, and Americans donning masks for even...

2021 ICAS Drive-In Air Show Webinar

ICAS has developed a 90-minute webinar on organizing and executing a drive-in style air show that was held on March 18. In addition to...

Virtual Convention Kicks Off 2021 Air Show Season

The tone and expectations of delegates participating in the 2020 Virtual ICAS Convention were optimistic, but realistic. More than 600 air show professionals participated...

Stories of the COVID

It would be a gross understatement to say that the COVID-19 virus was a gut punch to the air show industry.  Unlike the sequestration...

Go Up From Here

The COVID-19 environment presents significant challenges for the planning of our events in the future. We’re going to have to brainstorm, be bold and...

COVID-19: A New Air Show Playbook

Nothing has affected the modern air show industry as widely and as negatively as COVID-19, forcing widespread cancellations and changing the entire fabric of...

Thunder Over Michigan Driving Forward

For Kevin Walsh, it's a constant fight for everything. His Thunder Over Michigan Air Show is held each year in Ypsilanti, just outside of...

Not Too Soon to Plan for Restart

By Collin Callahan In the United States and around the world, governments and individual business operators are working to identify specific methods and benchmarks by...

Hope on the Horizon

HOPE ON THE HORIZON As dismal as the outlook may seem during this first full week of May, there are glimmers of hope. Innovative people...

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