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Old 8th of June 2012 (Fri)   #16
Littlejon Dsgn
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Default Re: Photographer Friendly Airshows?

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The Dayton, Ohio Air Show has special arrangements for extra cost.
Thats what the show here in Hillsboro does as well, same sort of set up.
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Old 20th of June 2012 (Wed)   #17
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Default Re: Photographer Friendly Airshows?

The http://www.airtattoo.com/ in Fairford UK is one of the best.

Not sure where you are based at though.
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