SEAFAIR: Blue Angels’ Friday show, and what’s next

Thanks to David Hutchinson for photos of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels in flight this afternoon. He photographed them from Ruby Chow Park at the north end of Boeing Field (across the Duwamish River from West Seattle).

Without time to leave West Seattle, we checked out the view from Westcrest Park. From the northeast side of the park’s plateau, along SW Cloverdale, you can glimpse Boeing Field, so, with binoculars, we had a decent, if partial view, including the smoke bursts before takeoff and during their landing pass.

The schedule had them up 3:05-4 pm today, tomorrow, and Friday; today was fairly close to that, with takeoff around 3:10 pm and landing around 3:55. If you are interested in seeing them this weekend without going to Lake Washington (where the full airshow, including other aerial acts, you can also check out the Museum of Flight‘s Jet Blast Bash; though the bigger new Blue Angels jets an’t park next to the MoF any more, museum visitors get a runwayside view of the takeoffs/landings and pilot meet-and-greets after they land.

3 Replies to "SEAFAIR: Blue Angels' Friday show, and what's next"

  • 935 August 5, 2022 (7:35 pm)

    Fly High Angels!!

    We appreciate you AND your dedication!

  • Maura NíConnell August 6, 2022 (1:20 am)

    Love them and don’t want to miss them again, like I have in previous years. I’ll have to trek around South Seattle this Sunday…

  • Angelheart57 August 6, 2022 (8:16 am)

    I love the Blue Angels, I saw them when I was a kid, still admire them. Fly high!

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