SR-71 Blackbird … From the Canadian International Air Show to Sacramento over Labor Day Weekend 1982/83!

Below is one of those hilarious (one-of-a-kind) aviation stories that is well worth 5 minutes and 30 seconds. Even though the link below is a video, you’re going to need speakers or headphones to take in the fun-tastic story below. Also, make sure you stick around until the very end … because it keeps getting better! Please give it a listen and let us know what you think.

Help Us Plan the 2019 California Capital Airshow!
Next month, your California Capital Airshow team is headed to the International Council of Air Shows annual convention. The convention is where we really get down to the business of planning the 2019 airshow. Please keep an eye on your inbox on Wednesday, November 7th for the 2018 CCA Survey. A few minutes of your time would be sincerely appreciated because your input and feedback is invaluable in building a great show!
An Important Note on the SR-71
We’d love to have an SR-71 at the California Capital Airshow. Unfortunately, all the SR-71s and A-12s have been relegated to museums these days. If you get a chance, getting up close to a SR-71 Blackbird is one those aviation bucket list items. The closest publicly viewable SR-71 can be seen at Castle Air Museum in Atwater, California.

Please keep an eye on your inbox for the survey, thanks!

Until next week,