The Indianapolis Regional Airport will play host to some high-flying fun June 23 and 24 as the 16th annual Indianapolis Air Show lifts off.
Tim Weber is one of the expert pilots who will be defying death and gravity at the show.
"I'll be flying sideways. I'll be flying end over end, I'll hover it like a helicopter, I'll flight it tail-first over 100 miles an hour," Weber told RTV6's Chance Walser.
But the air show won't be just about watching airplanes fly around.
On the ground, organizers have set up aircraft walkthroughs, photo ops and other entertainment geared toward families. The show will also feature an exhibit highlighting the heroics of the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II.
Attendees will also see a jet-powered school bus, which will go down the runway at speeds topping 300 mph.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children. All proceeds benefit the Central Indiana Community Foundation and the Riley Children's Foundation. Active members of the military can get into the show for free.
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