The US Navy Blue Angels finish their performance over the skies of Davenport, IA with the Delta Break Out.

Quad City Airshow 2009

The 23rd Annual Quad City Airshow took place on June 20 & 21. The show featured demos performed by the US Navy Blue Angels, US Army Golden Knights parachute team, A-10 West Coast Demo Team, USMC AV-8B Harrier West Coast Demo Team, CH-47 from the Iowa Army National Guard, 2 F-16s from the Iowa Air National Guard, John Mohr flying his stock Pt-17 Stearman Biplane, Kyle Franklin flew his priated skies solo and wing walking act in his UPF-7 Waco Biplane, Mike Wiskus back again for the 3rd year in a row flying his Lucas Oil Pitts, John Klatt flying his Air National Guard Sponsored S-300D Aircraft, Roger Bruis flying the Otto Helicopter and finishing off all the acts was Mr. Paul Stender in the Jet School Bus and Jet Powered Outhouse.

If you are interested in seeing an airshow in Eastern Iowa the next one on the Airshow Calendar is the Dubuque Riverfront Airshow and Fireworks on July 3rd go to for more info on the show.

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