fargo airsho

Taking Flight In A B-25 Mitchell Bomber

B-25 Mitchell Bomber Will Be Shown Off In Display Flight At The Fargo AirSho

  FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo AirSho is this Saturday and Sunday, but you can already see some of the iconic planes in action in the skies of the Metro. It’s hard to miss the Blue Angles. Those F-18’s are loud when they fly overhead. You’ll be able to see and hear them today as they practice for the weekend….

LIVE: Fargo AirSho Expecting Record Crowds

Pilots Are Already In The Air Practicing Ahead Of This Weekend's Fargo AirSho

  You’ll be able to see planes flying around town already in anticipation of this weekend’s Fargo AirSho. Some of the features acts are already in town, including a B-25 bomber and the Navy Blue Angels. The show is on Saturday and Sunday, but pilots are practicing and preparing in the skies for the next two days. The Airsho normally…

UND Grad Rolls Out One-of-a-Kind Plane at Fargo Airsho, Makes Aviation History

Jeff Boerboon flew his first plane at the university in 1988

FARGO, N.D. — It was the sounds of plane engines roaring and the different sizes and shapes of the planes at an airshow in Oshkosh, Wisconsin that made Jeff Boerboon start thinking more like a pilot. “A lot of these airshow pilots, we were influenced at a very young age to watch this crazy stunt flying and thought ‘wow that’s…

Ms. Mitchell B-25 Bomber Returns to Fargo Airsho

The World War II plane was built in November 1944

  FARGO, N.D. — A certain lady is drawing a lot of attention to herself at the Fargo Airsho and her name is Ms. Mitchell. She’s a B–25 Mitchell or medium bomber that was built in November 1944 and used during World War II. After the war, she was used for training purposes. Rides in Ms. Mitchell go for $450…

Day One of the Fargo Airsho: Skydivers, Planes and Fun

The Fargo Airsho is a tradition that's been going on since 1989, bringing aircrafts to Fargo from all over to show off their skills

FARGO, N.D.–The 13th Fargo Airsho is back and pilots are bringing in the big guns for this year’s performance. The Fargo Airsho is a tradition that’s been going on since 1989, bringing aircrafts to Fargo from all over to show off their skills. From small planes to big planes to fast planes, the Airsho has something for everyone to enjoy….