Adrenaline at its best, aircraft used in World War II, soared through the Fort Lauderdale sky in a unique spectacle. A lot of noise, smoke, adrenaline and fun, all in the same show, thus the last air show of the year in its category was experienced.
Aircraft built 79 years ago, which served in military duties for the Navy and Navy in World War II, soared through the skies over Fort Lauderdale to put on a first-rate spectacle.
“I was very excited waiting for you since May, I arrived at 11 and started at 12, but I love to see you,” said one of the show attendees.
The powerful aircraft were used to train the best generation of pilots, but they are still active as the first day, to delight the spectators. “I love airplanes, I like to see them do the pirouettes everything they do,” said another of those present.
The air show, perfectly planned, could be enjoyed from the beach, on Las Olas Boulevard, a moment that was saved in the memory of adults and children, who met as a family met the rules of social distancing.
“It is special at this time that we can bring the children to see the airplanes do all things especially for COVID”, rejoiced Stefany Horst, who this Saturday enjoyed the air show.
The aerial stage was two miles wide and 500 feet high, so the show was also enjoyed from houses near the beach.
It is important to note that this show is part of a tour that visited three destinations, including New York, Orlando and Ocean City in Maryland.