WACO, Texas — The Heart Of Texas Airshow, the first air show to take place in Waco in seven years, has added the Smoke-N-Thunder Jet Car with pilot/driver Bill Braack, to its lineup of performers.
The airshow takes off Sept. 28 at TSTC Waco Airport. Debby Standefer, president of The Heart Of Texas Airshow, states, “we are very exited to be hosted by Texas State Technical College in Waco, flying from their incredible airport, previously known as James Connally AFB, and helping TSTC show off their state of the art Aviation and Aerospace Division (they have a champion flight team of their own) as well as many of the departments and programs TSTC offers.”
Headlining the performer lineup is Kirby Chambliss. Along with his Red Bull Air Race fame, Kirby is five-time National Aerobatic Champion and ranked in the top 15 aerobatic pilots in the nation.
Also slated to perform are the Trojan Phlyers Demo Team, combat veteran pilots who perform precision close formation aerobatic routines demonstrating the cutting edge performance of the Trojan T28 warbird and the flying expertise acquired in formal military training.
Justin Lewis, owner and pilot of the World’s Smallest Jet, as seen in the James Bond movie, will perfor in his FLS Microjet.
The Cavanaugh Flight Museum out of Addison, Texas, plans to bring a variety of historic aircraft and has rides available to the public.
For more information: HeartofTexasAirshow