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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [Acro] Re: Alliance Air Show


                


Thread: [Acro] Re: Alliance Air Show

Message: [Acro] Re: Alliance Air Show

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From: Cudahy at aol.com

Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 13:11:19 UTC


Message:

  At the risk of nitpicking, there have been quite a few air shows since 
September 11. The very first air show held after the terrorist attacks was in 
Abilene, Texas on September 21 and 22.  Since then, we've had air shows in 
Visalia, California; Bessemer, Alabama; Liberal, Kansas; Madison, Indiana; 
Midland, Texas; Kingman, Arizona; Tucumcari, New Mexico; and Marysville, 
California.  Just last weekend, there were two other shows in Texas (Houston 
and Gilmer) and a big show just outside of Las Vegas. Last week's show in 
Fort Worth was the first show since the Blues since September 11.  The 
Thunderbirds flew their first show since the attacks at Midland, Texas on 
October 6 and 7.

I agree with Melanie. The return of these air show performers has been an 
inspiration to hundreds of thousands of people.  Crowd sizes are way up all 
over the country and we expect that trend to continue through the conclusion 
of this season and into next.  

John Cudahy, International Council of Air Shows


                


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