Tag: Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach
Last year it was the coronavirus that caused the Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach to be canceled, and this Memorial Day weekend the rain caused an unprecedented back-to-back washout, but the event is now set to soar on Monday, organizers said.
Tickets have sold out for the Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach on May 29 and 30, but some still remain for the practice show on May 28.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is optimistic that beaches and pools could open at 100 percent capacity by the Fourth of July, he said on Wednesday.
Parking passes to Jones Beach are on sale for all three days of the Bethpage Air Show at shop.parks.ny.gov.
The Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach will go on this May after being canceled last year due to the coronavirus, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday.
The Melville resident is one of the few local aerobatic experts — the other being the Geico Skytypers — performing in the 16th annual Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach this weekend.
Dozens of aeronautic daredevils will fill the skies over Long Island with flips, loops, and countless other thrilling airplane stunts for the 16th annual Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach this weekend.
Teams of military fighter jets, civilian stunt planes and historic bombers are joining forces to bring the Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach roaring back with high-flying trickery this Memorial Day weekend.
The May 27-28 event will mark the fifth time the famed demonstration squad will sore over the skies of Long Island to celebrate the unofficial start to summer.
Playing follow the leader in sunny skies over Long Island, three World War II-era ex-military planes came daringly close to one another before breaking off, leaving white smoke trials in their wake. The daredevil pilots flying this trio of SNJs—the U.S. Navy version of the T-6 Texan, a trainer plane dubbed “the pilot maker”—were practicing their routine in advance of the 13th annual Bethpage at Jones Beach Air Show this Memorial Day weekend.
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