USAF Thunderbirds, U.S. Special Operations Parachute Team Headline
FORT WORTH, TX (Oct. 13, 2014) – Fort Worth Alliance Air Show officials have released the full lineup for the 2014 Bell Helicopter Fort Worth Alliance Air Show. As first announced in May, the United States Air Force Thunderbirds are headlining the show on Oct. 25-26 at the Fort Worth
|The United States Air Force Thunderbirds are |
headlining the 2014 Bell Helicopter
Fort Worth Alliance Air Show Oct. 25-26
at the Fort Worth Alliance Airport.
The show also includes performers such as U.S. Special Operations Command Parachute Team, Bell Helicopter Fly By, T-38 Talon "Spirit of Alliance," T-33 Shooting Star, Cavanaugh Flight Museum Classic Military Aircraft, Shockwave Jet Truck, Rob Holland, Kevin Coleman, Dan Buchanan, Manfred Radius, a P-51 Mustang Demo, Matt Younkin, David Martin and the All-Veteran Parachute Team.
While general admission to air show is free, there are several premium seating options available. Advance discount general admission parking and VIP parking passes are available now at a discount up to $10. General admission parking onsite is $30 for any size vehicle and is payable with cash only upon arrival at the show. For more information, please visit www.AllianceAirShow.com or the show's Facebook and Twitter pages.
Proceeds from the show benefit local charities and non-profit organizations including Hope for the Brave. Since 2006, the show has provided more than $409,000 in donations to community non-profit organizations.
The Bell Helicopter Fort Worth Alliance Air Show is held annually at Fort Worth Alliance Airport, which is the centerpiece of the 18,000-acre AllianceTexas development housing 370 companies, 37,000 employees and over one million square feet of retail, restaurant, and entertainment components integrated with a variety of single-family and luxury apartment home options. The 2014 air show will feature the United States Air Force Thunderbirds on October 25th and 26th.The airport is managed by Alliance Air Services, a subsidiary of Hillwood, the developer of AllianceTexas.