Spectators had hundreds of opportunities to check out unique planes and learn about aviation history.
Eyewitness News Reporter Pooja Lodhia took a ride on an aerobatic plane with third-generation pilot Debbie Rihn-Harvey.
"I've been flying for 53 years and doing aerobatics for about 39," Rihn-Harvey said.
She started aerobatics for safety reasons. As a commercial pilot, she wanted to make sure she could always recover if something went wrong in the cockpit.
Now, she's one of the top-ranked aerobatic pilots in the world.
"People stop in their tracks and they look because it's a woman's voice over the radio," Rihn-Harvey laughed. "They're all going, 'Oh my gosh, there's a woman up there!'"
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