JAMESTOWN -The Great Chautauqua County Air Show takes off high in the skies over the Chautauqua County Airport Jamestown terminal Aug. 21-23.
Organizers of the Air Show have announced the lineup of aerial performers which includes a military parachute jump team, a fully aerobatic glider, high energy aerobatic maneuvers, wing walkers and helicopter antics.
Scheduled to perform are:
Pilot Kyle Franklin of Franklin’s Flying Circus “Pirated Skies” act will perform death-defying aerial feats aboard his Waco ‘Mystery Ship’ during The Great Chautauqua County Air Show Aug. 21-23.
Billy Werth: Pilot Billy Werth has logged more than 6,000 hours of flight time in 20 different aircraft, with 600 of it teaching others how to fly upside down. Flying in a Pitts S2C aircraft painted to look like the American Flag, Werth begins his performance with a little bit of kid type fun and finishes the show with some high-energy, hard-core, G-pullin aerobatic maneuvers to keep the crowd excited and on their feet.
The air show will be held at the Chautauqua County Airport Jamestown Terminal, located at 3163 Airport Drive in Jamestown off West Oak Hill Road (CR61). Tickets are available in advance at www.thegreatairshow.com or at the gate.
The Chautauqua Leadership Network, an organization devoted to training and networking community leaders for a better community, presents the Great Chautauqua County Air Show.