TOWN OF CHENANGO (WBNG) -- The 33rd annual Binghamton Aeros' Festival of Giants kicked off Friday at the Chenango Bridge Airport.
Pilots of the radio-controlled aircraft come from across the country to show off their aerobatic skills.
The miniature airshow features all types of planes from World War I-era biplanes to modern jets.
Organizers say it's a fun time for the whole family.
"If you're interested in aviation at all and you enjoyed the full-scale Binghamton Air Show, this is just the same thing in miniature. In fact, these pilots would be willing to do a lot more things aerobatically than you'd see from a full-scale aircraft," Binghamton Aeros President Tony Jensen said.
The airshow is free to attend, though organizers say a small donation to Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse (CHOW) is greatly appreciated.
Both cash and nonperishable food items are accepted.
The event continues through Sunday at 247 Airport Road in Chenango Bridge.
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