The CF18 demo plane at the 2015 Comox Air Show.

Air show a no show for 2017

Hopeful of return in 2019

  • Nov. 16, 2016 1:00 p.m.

Some disappointing news about the Comox Air Show. This was posted on the show’s Facebook page today…

“We have had many people asking if 19 Wing will be hosting an Air Show in 2017. It should not come as a surprise that the human resources required to run a successful airshow is significant. 19 Wing has been tasked with additional operational duties that will make manpower very challenging in 2017. The decision has been made not to have an Airshow in 2017 but 19 Wing hopes to have an Airshow in 2019.”

facebook.com/comoxairshow/

The Record will endeavour to have a full report posted tomorrow.

 

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