MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Military aircraft operations are expected at the Myrtle Beach International Airport Monday through April 10, according to a press release from MYR.
MYR will be used as a base for the training exercises. The aircraft operations will not affect the airport's scheduled commercial aircraft operations, the release states.
Aircrafts that will be flown include:
- KC- 707, aerial refueling aircraft developed by Boeing (identifiable by its 4-engines)
- F-21 KFIR, fighter aircraft developed by Israel Aircraft Industries (identifiable by its canards – small forward wing)
- MK-58 Hawker Hunter, jet-powered aircraft developed by Hawker Aircraft (identifiable by its swept wing design - wings angle backwards)
- Learjet, aircraft developed by Bombardier Learjet (identifiable by unusual pods attached to the underbelly of the aircraft)