Hacking Bangkok Blog

Tech and Living in Thailand's City of Angels

The Hacking Bangkok blog covers I.T. and technology in general, and my experiences working and living in the Kingdom of Thailand. Bangkok has a very long Thai name, which starts with Krung thep - City of Angels.
Bangkok sunset from my bedroom balcony

Saturday, October 10, 2009

U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds are in Bangkok Today!

Just a quick post to let anyone know (who might read this i the next two hours, anyway!) that the United States Air Force's aerial demonstration team, the Thunderbirds, will be doing a show today at Bangkok's Don Muang airport (the old airport, in case you forgot!) at 1 pm. Gates open at 12:00 noon, and I'm sure there will be food and drinks, but the main thing is to see these amazing pilots and fighter planes doing acrobatics in the sky at about a thousand miles per hour!

You read additional details at the U.S. Embassy of Thailand's website. According to their site, "Public entrance will be at the Fire Lane 4 Gate on the AOT side of Don Muang airport." It's not often in Bangkok that, as an expat, I get to see stuff like this, so I'm going!