ADA, OK -- The 11th annual Ada Air Expo kicks off today in Ada bringing in dozens of planes and events for the whole family.
Airport Manager, Terry Hall, says they expect to see nearly 5,000 people come out this weekend.
There's a full aerobatic air show Friday night and another air show Saturday.
There's also airplane and helicopter rides available to those who come out.
Those who come out will also get to see first hand many World War II aircraft being flown in for the weekend.
"We'll have a lot of war birds because that's part of what we do, we honor our veterans by displaying and flying what we call the vintage war birds from World War II and that era, and we try to get as many of those as we can," said Hall.
Hall says admission to the expo is free but there is a $10 fee for parking.