Blue Angels fly over Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head area

Source: MCCS Hawaii
Source: MCCS Hawaii

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII, KANEOHE (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Navy's Blue Angels flew over Pearl Harbor, Waikiki Beach and the Diamond Head area after lunch today.

The Angel's then landed at Marine Corps Base Hawaii Kaneohe around 2 p.m. The Angel's are on Oahu for the 2012 Kaneohe Bay Airshow on September 29-30.

The airshow is open to the public and general admission and parking are free.

In addition to a thrilling performance by the Blue Angels, the action in the air includes a number of military demonstrations and civilian aerobatic displays. Witness gravity-defying maneuvers by the BO-105 helicopter, a 1946 Aeronca Champ, F/A-18 Hornets and more. Activity on the ground includes military static displays, a broad array of aircraft, a flash fire jet truck race, Xtreme Fun children's carnival rides and Taste of Oahu food booths.

Gates open daily at 9:00 a.m., and patrons are encouraged to carpool and arrive early. For those who wish to upgrade their viewing experience, premium seating is available in a variety of levels.

Tickets are available online at and all military ticket outlets. For more information, please call Information, Tickets & Tours at (808) 254-7563 or (808) 477-5143.

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