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This weekend, fighter jets will thunder and barrel roll over the beach during the Fort Lauderdale Air Show May 5-6, but plane watchers won’t see the Air Force Thunderbirds take flight. The U.S. Air Force’s elite demonstration team last week abruptly canceled their headlining appearance, following a pilot’s fatal crash in the Nevada desert in April. In response: The Air Show scrambled to name the Thunderbirds’ replacement: the U.S. Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet TAC Demo team. “Much like us as the organizers, certainly the fans are disappointed, but also they’re respectful and sensitive to what happened with the Thunderbirds,” Air Show spokesman Chris Dirato says. But the show goes on, and for Air Show fans, that means two full days of near-sonic booms, high-flying somersaults, paratroop demos and air-and-sea races. Saturday and Sunday admission is free for viewers in the central beach area along Sunrise Boulevard and State Road A1A. Here’s what else to expect during the weekend of aerial fun. - Hours and tickets - What’s your price for flight? Those seeking seats closer to the stunt-filled action have VIP options available. Drop Zone passes, which give designated seats on the beach, cost $14.75-$29.75 both days, while Flight Line Club VIP passes (Drop Zone seats plus VIP parking, lunch and access to beer) cost $179. Go to Performances will take place from noon to 3:30 p.m. each day. They include the U.S. Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet TAC Demo team; the C-17 Globemaster III from New York Air National Guard’s 105th Airlift Wing; a U.S. Coast Guard SAR demo; the P-51...Read more

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