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PHOTOS: SKYFEST 2014 Recap!

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KHQ employee and photographer Reed Schmitt took all of these amazing photos at Skyfest 2014 KHQ employee and photographer Reed Schmitt took all of these amazing photos at Skyfest 2014
SPOKANE, Wash. - What an amazing weekend! Over 200,000 people attended Skyfest this year at Fairchild Air Force Base!

This was the first time in four years the event was held at Fairchild, and you could tell we missed it! Spectators were treated to planes on display on the ground, and amazing feats of flight in the air. 

We aren't sure when it will return, so if you need something to hold you over for a while, photographer and KHQ employee Reed Schmitt attended the festivities and brought back these amazing photos! Enjoy!
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