“Having the modern-day powerful Hornet flying with the iconic WWII and Korean era Corsair will be a thrilling sight,” the show added.
“We are thrilled the Navy has selected Dayton for an F-18 legacy flight,” Scott Buchanan, chairman of the United States Air & Trade Show board of trustees, said in the show’s release. “What an awesome show we have shaping up for 2019. We can’t wait for summer to get here.”
This year’s lineup includes the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, U.S. Army Golden Knights, Sea Harrier, with the U.S. Air Force C-17 and KC-135 Demo and more.