Air Parade Best Seen From Coronado Homes
Hundreds of historic and current military aircraft depart the North Island Naval Air Station and fly over the San Diego Bay this weekend. A parade in the sky will occur to celebrate 100 years of progression and achievement of aviation. Naval, Marine and Coast Guard aircraft will fly overhead, featuring aircraft from the 1930s to the modern day Blue Angels. The show will last from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, February 12th and will be viewed from many places throughout San Diego by San Diego residents. Coronado homes will claim one of the best viewing spots for this spectacular event.
Over 120,000 people are expected to turn their eyes to the skies during this memorable event. You can also view the aerial show with live narration by naval aviation experts, audio feeds, a bar and refreshments at the Maritime Museum of San Diego where you can witness the show from the decks of the historic steam ferry Berkeley, or their western mooring platform. The air parade is sponsored and hosted by US Navy/Maritime Museum and more information can be found here or by calling 619.234.9153.