For the first time in four years, Columbus Air Force Base is hosting an air show.
Officials at Columbus Air Force Base are expecting this weekend’s Wings Over Columbus to be the best event yet.
The Thunderbirds will be in Columbus the weekend of April 5 and 6 as part of an Open House, according to a Columbus Air Force Base press release.
A plane carrying a wing walker crashed Saturday at an air show and exploded into flames, killing the pilot and stunt walker instantly, authorities said.
Some would argue (and we are among them) that Columbus Air Force Base’s impact on the area gets too little notice or appreciation. But, that was not the case this weekend.
Approximately 40,000 spectators made their way to Columbus Air Force Base this past weekend for the Wings Over Columbus airshow.
More than 30,000 people visited Columbus Air Force Base for the Wings Over Columbus Air Show, taking in planes performing acrobatic feats in the air and getting a close look at more on the ground.
I’ve logged quite a few hours in aircraft over the past 24 hours, but unfortunately I didn’t earn any frequent flyer miles.