The Boundary Bay Air Show takes flight tomorrow.
The free event didn't take place last year due to construction of the nearby 80th Street overpass.
"I would think so given we've had a two-year break," said Boundary Bay Airport manager Lyle Soetaert when asked if he thought there could be increased interest in the show this time around because of the hiatus.
"Generally we've had really good attendance at the air show. I think that this year, weather permitting, we should have a fantastic turnout."
The show's lineup features Red Bull Air Race pilot Pete McLeod, L29 jets flying in formation, a simulated air race with Harvards, the Pacific Skydivers, Alpha Aviation's Fred Kaiser in a CJ2 corporate jet, and a Skyraider and P51 Mustang from the Heritage Flight Museum in Bellingham.
There will be displays on the ground as well, including some amphibian aircraft, a corporate display and a series of smaller aircraft.
Gates open at 11 a.m. while the air show begins at 1 p.m.
Parking is available at Churchill and Athabasca avenues. Admission and parking are free. Pets are not permitted.
Delta, which is co-hosting the show with Alpha Aviation, says there will be prize draws, food vendors and lots of activities for the kids.
Boundary Bay Airport is located at 4400-72nd St., Ladner.