Leesburg Executive Airport will host its popular annual Leesburg Airshow on Saturday, Sept. 24 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Beginning at 1 p.m., aerobatic performers will take to the skies of Leesburg. The event will feature the Flying Circus and aerobatics from David Windmiller, Mark Meredith, RJ Gritter, Jerry Wells, Chef Pitts, Chris Thomas, and Bob Schmidle.
The Commemorative Air Force will also return.
Meanwhile, on the tarmac visitors will get a chance to see a variety of modern and antique aircraft up close, including stepping on board a C-47B Skytrain that flew over the skies of France during World War II. There will also be aviation-related exhibits and educational activities, an inflatable obstacle course and giant slide for the kids, and food and drinks vendors.
Admission is free; gates open at 11 a.m. Event parking will be at Heritage High School, at 520 Evergreen Mills Road; and Segra Field, at 42095 Loudoun United Drive.
Complimentary shuttles will run continuously from 10:45 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. A limited number of parking spaces at the airport terminal will be reserved for drivers with. A limited number of spaces will be available at the terminal for drivers DMV-issued permits for accessible parking.
To receive real-time text updates about the airshow, text “PLANE” to 888777. Leesburg Executive Airport is at 1001 Sycolin Road..
For more information, go to LeesburgAirshow.com.