This weekend's Yellowstone International Airshow might bring 30,000 people to Billings Airport.

Two Billings bartenders have worked for three years to bring the Yellowstone International Airshow to the Big Sky this weekend.

On Saturday and Sunday, the Billings Logan International Airport airshow is projected to draw over 30,000 people. 

The Navy's Blue Angels and other aerobatic and precision pilots fly alongside aircraft displays, food trucks, and other events. 9 a.m. 11 a.m.–4 p.m. 

Jake Penwell and Matthew McDonnell met for brunch after working at downtown restaurants.

They decided to bring an airshow to Billings while eating at their favorite cafe, the Public Auction Yards.

Penwell, 46, and McDonnell, 47, said seeing the 1988 airshow as Billings youths inspired their patriotism and interest in aviation.

The Blue Angels perform Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m. Lieutenant Amanda Lee, the elite squadron's first female pilot, will fly fighter jet three. 

The performance prohibits commercial flights. North 27th Street will be used for airport arrivals and departures before Highway 3 reopens.

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