HANOVER TWP., Pa. - The first air show in 16 years at Lehigh Valley International Airport wrapped up Sunday in style.
Large crowds flocked to the airport all weekend and the folks we talked to gave the event a big thumbs-up.
And all of them want the show to come back next year.
The show featured flying jets, acrobatic planes and even classic cars.
LVIA officials said they don't have an estimate of the number of attendees yet but they had a lot more than expected.
Officials said they will have a debriefing on Monday to discuss issues with parking, concessions and other topics to see how things could be improved for future shows.
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