AVweb's AirVenture 2008 Galleries: Day Six

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No time to talk; there's too many air shows to see today! Of course, you're welcome to come along but grab your bag and don't dawdle! We don't want to be late ... .


Duggy the DC-3 launches with the Liberty Parachute Team to start the afternoon's airshow.

Embry-Riddle's jet car roared down the runway in an afternoon demo.

The Goodyear Blimp floated silently over the convention grounds throughout the afternoon and evening.

Zooming past at 200+ mph the V-22 Osprey brought a unique sight to the showline.

Now in hover mode, the V-22 Osprey slowly inches toward show center.

The V-22 Osprey comes in to land at air show center.

The Iron Eagles fly a mirror pass with one aircraft flying inverted directly above the other.

Julie Clark paints the sky with red, white, and blue smoke trails.

Chuck Aaron does his bow to the crowd after flying flips in his stock BO 105 CBS helicopter.

The airshow crowd watches in respect as Jenine Leslie sings the national anthem.

The Liberty Parachute Team exits Duggy to start the show.

Dale Snodgrass takes off in the P-51 Excalibur.

The F-22 pulls vertical in a maximum performance takeoff.

A condensation cloud forms over the wing as the F-22 pulls high g-forces.

The F-22 shows off her wepons bays in a low-level fly by.

Heritage Flight.

Kent Pietsch spins his way into the airshow box.

Kent Pietsch approaches the worlds smallest aircraft carrier.

With team lead Alan Henley out for injuries, Aeroshell Aerobatic Team flew the show as a threesome.

Aeroshell Aerobatic Team.

Julie Clark rolls down the show line.

Sean D. Tucker waves to the crowd in his low and slow pass down the flightline.

The light winds couldn't blow the airshow smoke off the flight line fast enough to keep Duggy from getting smoked in.

Thumbs up for airshows!