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The U.S. Navy’s F/A-18F Super Hornet is an all-weather strike fighter aircraft that performs fighter escort, fleet air defense, force projection, interdiction, and close air support. An upgrade of the F/A-18C/D Hornet, the Super Hornet is 25 percent larger and offers longer range, greater endurance, increased weapon and fuel-carrying ability along with improved survivability and the capacity for future growth.
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Help Make Something Amazing Happen!
Cleveland National Air Show will produce the 52nd event September 2, 3, & 4, 2017. The Air Show is one of the oldest and most established annual air shows in the country starting with the National Air Races from 1929-1949 and continuing with the current day Air Show from 1964-present. The Labor Day Weekend tradition attracts more than 100,000 spectators to Burke Lakefront Airport located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.
Resumes are being accepted for the Ticketing Manager Seasonal position. The position is perfect for event professionals who are interested in a seasonal opportunity. The position can also be utilized as internships for college students or recent grads interested in building their resumes.
Applicants must be able to work through Labor Day Weekend. For more information on the positions and how to apply click here.
The Cleveland National Air Show was the Gold Recipient of the Pinnacle Award in the Large Civilian Air Show category at the 2016 International Council of Air Shows (ICAS) Convention on December 7th in Las Vegas. The Pinnacle Award is presented to an air show for their innovation, achievement, and professionalism in the air show industry.
The ICAS Convention is the single largest gathering of air show professionals in the world and the awards given at the convention represent the most prestigious in the air show industry. For more information, click here.
Cleveland National Air Show Awarded for Excellence
The Cleveland National Air Show received the coveted 2014 Blue Angels Air Show of the Year Award at the annual International Council of Air Shows (ICAS) convention on December 9th in Las Vegas. The Cleveland National Air Show was considered the best of the 35 Blue Angels performance locations in 2014.
The ICAS Convention is the single largest gathering of air show professionals in the world and the awards given at the convention represent the most prestigious in the air show industry.
Long Time Cleveland Air Show Director Inducted
The International Council of Air Shows inducted Chuck Newcomb, into the Air Show Hall of Fame class of 2014 on December 11th in Las Vegas. Chuck has served as the Executive Director of the Cleveland National Air Show for forty years and distinguished himself as among the very best air show event organizers in the world. Chuck joins more than 50 air show legends including Bob Hoover. To watch the induction video click here.