Original Batmobile and Batcopter to Appear at National Air Show

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Sure, the original Batman TV show comes off as campy and corny now that big-time directors have rebooted Batman and turned the Caped Crusader into a badass. But the series from the ‘60s still has its charm.

Fans of the show can embrace their memories of it when the original Batcoper and Batmobile come to town as part of the 2016 Cleveland National Air Show that takes place on Sept. 3, 4 and 5 at Burke Lakefront Airport.



Appearing for the first time in Cleveland, the Batcopter will take to the sky, and the Batmobile will cruise the taxiway and show off its patented turbine after burner.

Attendees can also meet the TV, movie and air show pilot, Captain Eugene A. Nock, A.T.P.



Advance general admission tickets to the Air Show are $21 for adults, $14 for children ages 6 to 11 ($2 more at the gate) and free for children 5 and younger. 

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