HANOVER TWP., Pa. - Air show attendees will have a good reason to look to the skies in August.
The team is a four-ship aerobatic civilian owned jet team based in Lakeland, Florida.
Painted in a distinctive artic-camouflage color scheme, the L-39 Albatross aircraft sparkle as they perform overhead.
The Black Diamond Jet Team's performance will include precise maneuvers that are taught to military pilots around the world.
Tickets for the show are currently available and cost $12 for adults bought in advance, $15 at the gate; Children 4-11 $6 advanced tickets and $8 at the gate. Children 3 and under are free.
Military personnel -- active or retired-- with valid ID can get in for $10 at the gate.
Tickets can be purchased several ways:
-- online at lehighvalleyairshow.com
-- at Lehigh Valley International Airport on level 3 at the Lehigh-Northampton Airport Authority office
-- Any local Wegman's location -- including the nearest three stores in Allentown, Easton and Bethlehem
-- In the lobby of the Sands Bethlehem Casino
For more information, visit the airshow website.
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