(Photo courtesy of Chennault International Airport)
Last Modified: Monday, March 17, 2014 11:37 AM
Chennault International Airport will not host an airshow in 2014, airport officials announced Monday.
Randy Robb, president of the airshow’s board of directors and Chennault executive director, said the nonprofit organization will need additional time to gather resources and recruit committee members.
“Our goal is to bring more military demonstrations and exciting jet team performances to our enthused community, and we simply need to grow our committee in order to produce the top-notch aerial event that we are planning,” Robb said in a news release.
About 25,000 came through the gates over the two-day show in 2013.
The airshow generated an estimated $1.5 million
for the community, he said.
“All this was done by a small volunteer board and committee and some very generous sponsors," he said. "We need to grow our resources and support to make sure the next Chennault Airshow is an even bigger success. We are looking beyond 2014.”
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