The air show, which was free to the public, featured 18 aerial acts. Watch video WESTFIELD -- While the 2017 Westfield International Air Show featured powerful planes flown by expert pilots, there were other highlights that were just as special. From the vintage airplanes to the men and women of the 104th Fighter Wing who were present at the event to talk to spectators, the air show had plenty to offer. "People were able to get out here, walk around the aircraft, meet our airmen. They could meet the pilot and meet the crew," said Col. Peter Green, vice commander of the 104th Fighter Wing stationed at Barnes Air National Guard Base. More than 50,000 people were expected to attend Sunday's show, which was...
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Westfield International Air Show draws thousands of spectators