A wide variety of sport, experimental, antique and former military aircraft will be on display during the 8th annual Air Show and Fly-in at the Crossville Memorial Airport, Saturday, May 27. The show is jointly sponsored by the Crossville Flying Association and Hospice of Cumberland County. The show will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aircraft are expected from throughout the southeastern United States. Crossville Memorial Airport Manager Norm Westerbuhr says he expects a good turn out of pilots and planes from throughout the region. “We’ve notified airplane owners and pilots at 30 airports in the region that we welcome their fly-in to Crossville" Westerbuhr added. Among the aircraft at the event will be a blazing red T-33 jet that last year amazed the crowd with low altitude passes and brilliant white smoke trails. A variety of U.S. and Soviet-built World War II aircraft will be seen in a thrilling demonstration of precision flying from noon to 1 p.m. A number of sport aircraft owned and flown by Cumberland County residents will provide airplane flights over the Crossville area. There will be a nominal charge for the rides. Several experimental aircraft will also be on display. Many are built by local flying enthusiasts who belong to the Crossville Flying Association.