World War II era B-17 Bomber makes brief stop in Windsor
A World War II era B-17 Bomber made a brief stop at Windsor International Airport on Wednesday morning.
The vintage plane landed to clear Canadian customs while en route to Chatham-Kent.
CBC Windsor's Katia Augustin was there when it landed and caught some video of the plane.
The aircraft was taking part in the Chatham-Kent Flight Fest, an initiative of the Chatham Kinsmen Air Cadets, Squadron 294.
The event included a static and aerial display of the bomber, hot air balloon rides, radio controlled aircraft flights and various aircraft on display.
Mr. Marc- Andre Valiquette, who has authored five books on the Avro Arrow, also spoke at the event.
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