Preston Airport preparing for its first air show in decades

<span>The Preston airport is hosting a fly-in air show this weekend on Saturday, August 2nd. It will be the first air show to take place at the airport in several decades. </span>John Kezele, chairman of the Preston Airport board of directors, says the last time an air show was held in Preston was during the 1960’s.  

<span>According to the Preston Citizen, the show begins with a giant-scale, remote-control demonstration at </span><span><span>9 a.m.</span></span><span> The gates open at 8 a.m. and the larger planes begin their demonstrations at 1 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend and Kezele says spectators are encouraged to walk around following the demonstrations and view the many airplanes up close.</span>

<span>Leading Edge Aviation and USU Flight School will be there to answer questions about flight training and careers available in aviation.</span>

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