Arctic Thunder Air Show Comes To Anchorage

Alaska is approaching its centennial anniversary for aviation. The first flight took off out of Fairbanks in 1913. Since then Alaska has maintained deep roots in air travel. And this Saturday, Anchorage will celebrate its history with the Arctic Thunder Air Show.

The airshow is free to the public and gates at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson at Boniface and Richardson will open at 9 am.

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