WATCH HIGHLIGHTS: Saturday at the Vectren Dayton Air Show

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WATCH: John Bedell flies with the Air Force Thunderbirds

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The flying acts for the 2017 Dayton Vectren Air Show have wrapped up for Saturday. Gates for Saturday’s show will close at 6 p.m. Below you can watch video highlights from Saturday’s show. Gates will reopen on Sunday at 9 a.m.

Explore>> Photos from Saturday at the Dayton Air Show

Saturday’s line-up included flights from the following acts and others:

  • Suzuki Extra 300
  • B-25 Doolittle Raid Commemoration
  • Geico Skytypers
  • Sean Tucker
  • Misty Blues
  • F-18 Super Hornet

The Thunderbirds cancelled their Saturday flight following a crash during a practice flight on Friday afternoon.  It will be determined later if the group will fly Sunday.

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UPDATE @ 2:50 p.m.:

Live flights at today’s air show have concluded.

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Airshow

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UPDATE @ 2:38 p.m.:

Redline 1440 is taking to the sky now at the Dayton Air Show.

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2017 Vectren Dayton Air Show: Red Line Airshow

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UPDATE @ 2:30 p.m.:

The F-18 Super Hornet is performing now and will be followed by a performance by Redline 1440.

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2017 Vectren Dayton Air Show: FA-18 Super Hornet

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UPDATE @ 2:06 p.m.:

The Misty Blues are now flying at today’s show.

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UPDATE @ 1:51 p.m.:

Sean Tucker is now in the air at today’s air show performing air acrobatics for the crowd.

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Dayton Air Show 2017: Sean Tucker wows the crowd

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UPDATE @ 1:31 p.m.:

The Geico Skytypers are taking flight now.  Earlier this week, Dayton Daily News reporter Kara Driscoll flew with the team.

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Vectren Dayton Air Show: GEICO Skytypers wow the crowd

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WATCH: In close formation, reporter rides in squadron of vintage war planes

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Vectren Dayton Air Show: GEICO Skytypers show off for the crowd

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UPDATE @ 1:12 p.m.:

The P-51 is currently performing a solo flight for the audience at the Dayton International Airport. The F-35 is up next for the Heritage Flight.

UPDATE @ 12:50 p.m.:

A B-25 Dolittle Raid Commemoration is getting underway right now.

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Vectren Dayton Air Show 2017: The famous Tora, Tora, Tora scene recreated

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RELATED: Crowds swarm AF museum as B-25s arrive to honor Doolittle Raiders

UPDATE @ 12:30 p.m.:

The T-50 jet gave the crowd a demonstration this afternoon and was soon followed by an aerial performance from Rob Holland.

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Crowds watch Saturday's Vectren Dayton Air Show BARRIE BARBER / STAFF

Crowds watch Saturday's Vectren Dayton Air Show BARRIE BARBER / STAFF

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Crowds watch Saturday's Vectren Dayton Air Show BARRIE BARBER / STAFF

UPDATE @ 12:11 p.m.:

Suzuki Extra 300 has taken to the sky at the 2017 Vectren Dayton Air Show.

UPDATE @ 12:03 p.m.:

Redline, a two plane act, performed a brief teaser for the crowd ahead of their mid-afternoon performance.

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The Red Line Air Show

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UPDATE @ 11:54 a.m.:

The Misty Blues are parachuting in to begin the 2017 Vectren Dayton Air Show. MSgt Alyson Jones is performing the national anthem.

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Misty Blues parachutist opens Dayton Air Show. BARRIE BARBER/STAFF

Misty Blues parachutist opens Dayton Air Show. BARRIE BARBER/STAFF

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Misty Blues parachutist opens Dayton Air Show. BARRIE BARBER/STAFF

UPDATE @ 11:22 a.m.:

News Center 7’s Caroline Reinwald spent some time this morning, before the air show begins talking with the Geico Skytypers.

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