Grounded CF-18 Hornet will fly in Ont., air show
A CF-18 fighter jet crashes during a practice flight for this weekend's Alberta International AirShow in Lethbridge, Alta., at the Lethbridge County Airport on Friday, July 23, 2010. (Lethbridge Herald - Ian Martens / THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Published Monday, August 16, 2010 1:41PM EDT
WINDSOR, Ont. - A plane that the military grounded after a fiery crash in Alberta last month will fly in a Windsor, Ont., air show this weekend.
The CF-18 Hornet will be a part of the Windsor International Air Show.
Keith Baxter, the director of operations for the air show, says the air force has decided to keep its commitment with Windsor.
Baxter says they were able to find another pilot and CF-18 to perform a demonstration.
Capt. Brian Bews is recovering after he suffered back injuries in July, when he was ejected from his jet just seconds before it hit the ground and exploded.
Baxter says the Windsor airport will be a busy place starting Wednesday as the aircraft start arriving for the show.