Air Show promises plenty for families looking for entertainment

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  • By Jenny Gordon
  • 78th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
There will be no shortage of things to see and learn at the Robins Air Show April 28-29.

The list of show exhibitors promises something for everyone. Families can look forward to a host of interactive and informational displays including the Museum of Aviation's F-15 cockpit simulator, Perry Tennis Association's mobile tennis court, and a Lincoln Electric welding truck from AirGas USA.

A host of community groups will be on hand, including the 78th Civil Engineer Group's Earth Day Committee, Rolling Thunder Chapter 3, Middle Georgia Mounted Search and Rescue, Houston County Habitat for Humanity, LegalShield, Network 56, Robins Enlisted Spouses Club, Angel Flight Soars, Cricket Communications, Houston County Council on Aging and Meals on Wheels, Perry Flight School, Feed the City, American Red Cross of Central Georgia, Civil Air Patrol, Byron Police Department and the Governor's Office of Highway Safety, EcoTrek, Robins Retiree Activities Office, 21st Century Partnership, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Macon-Bibb County Emergency Management Safety mobile command post, as well as various armed forces recruiting agencies and colleges and universities.

Indoor and outdoor exhibits will be on site. Gates will open at 10 a.m. and the show starts at 11:30 a.m. each day.

To learn more, visit There you will find information on parking, FAQs, links to air show performers, aircraft fact sheets, a listing of static displays, photos and more.