August 19, 2009

Check Out the Atlantic City Airshow on Wednesday, August 19th

More articles by »
Written by: admin
Tags: ,

The annual Atlantic City Airshow, aka “Thunder Over The Boardwalk,” will take place this coming Wednesday, August 19th between 11am and 3:30pm. Visitors will include the USAF Thunderbirds, an F-22 demonstration, and many of the aircraft types operated out of New Jersey air bases, including F-16s and KC-135 Stratotankers. Here is the full schedule, from the event’s website:


10:30 am Horizon Blue Cross Blimp of New Jersey Flybys
11:02 am US Army Golden Knights Parachute Team Flag Jump w/National Anthem
11:10 am US Army Golden Knights Parachute Team Mass Exit Show
11:17 am USAF-ANG 177th FW F-16 Fighting Falcon Flyby (4-ship)
11:19 am USAF-ANG 108th ARW KC-135 Stratotanker Flyby
11:21 am USAF-AFRC 514th AMW C-17A Globemaster III Flyby
11:23 am USAF-AFRC 76th ARS KC-10A Extender Flyby
11:25 am New Jersey Air National Guard Composite Flyby (KC-135 & F-16s)
11:27 am USAF-ACC F-22 Raptor Flyby (4-Ship) 2-passes
11:32 am Red Eagles Air Sports Teaser Demonstration
11:40 am NJ State Police S-76A+ and Bell 206 Demonstration
11:45 am FAA William J Hughes Technical Center Beech 200 Flyby
11:46 am FAA William J Hughes Technical Center Global 5000 Flyby
11:49 am US Coast Guard HH-65 Search & Rescue Demonstration
12:03 pm USMC HMM-774 CH-46E SeaKnight Flybys (2-passes)
12:08 pm USAF A-10A Thunderbolt II Demonstration
12:22 pm USAF F-16CJ Viper Demonstration
12:35 pm USAF Heritage Flight (F-16, A-10, 2X P-51)
12:44 pm Horsemen P-51 Demonstration
12:55 pm Tim Weber GEICO Extra 300 Aerobatics
1:09 pm USAF-AFRC C-130 Hercules Flyby (4-ship)
1:10 pm USAF-ANG 106th RQS HC-130P & HH-60G Demonstration
1:32 pm Rob Holland MX2 Aerobatics
1:45 pm US Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet Demonstration
1:58 pm US Navy Legacy Flight (F/A-18F & F4U Corsair)
2:05 pm Jim Beasley Jr. Spitfire Aerobatics
2:20 pm US Army Golden Knights Parachute Team Mass Exit Show
2:38 pm Red Eagle Air Sports 2-ship Aerobatic Demonstration
2:55 pm USAF Thunderbirds Enlistment Ceremony
3:05 pm USAF Thunderbirds
4:00 pm AirShow Ends

Update: Today’s the big day! Traffic gets tight in AC on show day, so give yourself plenty of time to get there. Come back later this week for a ton of photos and a full recap of the day’s performances.

About the Author




Jets Roar At The 2016 Fort Lauderdale Air Show

The sound of freedom filled the skies over Ft. Lauderdale Beach the weekend of May 7th and 8th, as the Ft. Lauderdale Air Show made its return.
by Mark Kolanowski


The 2016 Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach Gets Ready to Take Flight

The weather looks beautiful for this year's installment of the Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach State Park, which is being held this weekend.
by Scott Snorteland


The US Army MASH unit that inspired the movie and TV show conducted its first helicopter medical evacuation in Korea on August 4, 1959.

August 4th in Aviation History: MASH Makes First Helicopter Evacuation

NASA's Phoenix spacecraft is launched, MASH begins helicopter ops, a Bangkok Airways plane hits a control tower, and more...
by NYCAviation Staff


We’re Back! The Rhode Island National Guard Open House Air Show

The Rhode Island National Guard Open House Air Show returned on May 17th and 18th after a one year hiatus. Scott Snorteland takes us inside the show and highlights some of the performers.
by Scott Snorteland


On This Day in Aviation History: July 27th

First flights of the de Havilland Comet and F-15 Eagle, a Sukhoi Su-27 crashes into a crowd in the worst air show disaster, two news helicopters collide over Phoenix, and more...
by admin


  • michaelmkones

    A lot of couples find out that they are not american flag wallpaper comfortable driving a large unit in the kind of traffic that we face today.

  • for my vacation my parents booked a two night stay at the five star hotel in Atlantic city, resorts. we were planning to view the U.S air show, thunder over the board walk. once we got to the casino it was around 12 30 am . we went to the main desk and asked for the keys to the room, the main desk man said the rooms were sold out and they had no rooms left.

    the drive back home was three hours long and my family and i were all exhausted from the trip, they said there were no rooms anywhere Else, and we were forced to return back home as our last resort.

    my family is very angry, and their main concern was why would the hotel guarantee the rooms(we reserved them), and later send us home we came early and applied to all the qualifications.
    is there any way i can sue the hotel, if not what should i do, what is some good advice.

  • I bookmarked your blog a while ago because for the useful material