are expecting big crowds at this weekend’s 29th annual Wings Over Houston Air Show. Lots of planes from our military history will be in the air, including the only B-29 Super-Fortress now flying. Rich Welsh is a member of the board of directors for the event...
“It's a rare show. It's a history lesson,” Welsh says. “If people have families with younger people, it's a great way to show 'em a piece of history and let them see what it's all about.”
The event will be held at Ellington Airport starting tomorrow.
“Gates open 8 a.m., the flying starts at 10,” he says. “It'll just be about four and a half hours of continuous flying throughout the show.”
In addition to the military aircraft, a plane representing “Dusty” from the Disney movie, “Planes,” will take its first-ever flight at the show.
More information is available online at WingsOverHouston.com.