Spectators kept their eyes on the sky during the Wings Over Camarillo Air Show on Saturday, August 21, to witness thrilling stunts of planes above Camarillo Airport.
Among the 11 specialized stunt maneuvers, fans searched for the included barrel and loop rolls, knife pass, mirror pass, tailslide, wingover and Cuban – a loop then a half maneuver. roll that forms an 8-shaped pattern and usually seen with smoke trails.
Prior to the start of the aerial exhibit around noon, event attendees attended a variety of ground exhibits, including airplanes, a vintage car exhibit, and a presentation of the living history of WWII, the ” 82nd Airborne 505th Reenactment Camp “. A “STEM Pavilion” invited all ages to experience robotics and drones in action and hands-on activities involving science, technology, engineering and math.
A permanent highlight of the air show is the ‘Veterans Hangar’ where the public has the opportunity to meet and hear the stories of veteran pilots, mechanics and other servicemen who served in World War II. , the Korean War and Vietnam.
Wings Over Camarillo continues Sunday at 9 a.m. with aerial demonstrations starting at noon. Tickets are on sale by advance purchase on the website (no tickets sold at the door). Check the website for the COVID-19 rules and what to bring for the seats. Camarillo Airport, 555 Airport Way. www.wingsovercamarillo.com