source: Westfield International Air Show 2010
The Westfield International Air Show 2010 will take place from August 20-22 at the end of this week. The event will really be very interesting as there will be a wide variety of eye catching performances by various commanders of the US Air Force.
There will be demonstration of US Air Force thunderbirds and they are considered as wonderful aircrafts which can fly at a speed of 1500 mph and its range is more than 1740 nautical miles. The demonstration of these aircrafts is definitely an incident to watch by. After that, one can see spectacular performances by Golden Knights Parachute team in C-31A Friendship aircrafts. This event is going to be very memorable as Golden Knights is celebrating 50 years as the official demonstration team of the US Army.
Another interesting event of the air show will be the GEICO sponsored act and in this demonstration, the planes will be flying at a speed of 206 mph. You will be really thrilled to see the actions of John Klatt, an aerobic aircraft flying at a speed of 250 mph.
The venue can be reached from four directions. The address of the venue is 175 Falcon Drive, Westfield Ma 01085. You can reach the spot from Mass Pike, from route 202, route 91 north and route 91 south. Another big advantage of the air show is that you can take your car as there is a huge parking lot at the venue.
For the safety of the attendants and the participants, the security of the show has been beefed up as the authorities are installing surveillance cameras at different points of the venue. The spectators and the participants are not allowed to enter the premises with the following things – cooler, loose ice, cans, glass, alcohol, pets, any weapons, tents, awnings, cooking equipment, roller blades, bicycles, razor scooters and skateboards. You are allowed to enter the venue with still and video cameras, but film should not be loaded before entering the show.
So, what you are waiting for? Just make a schedule and rush to see the Westfield International Air Show 2010 as there is no cost of admission to the show.