In 2006, the Metropolitan Airports Commission decided to ground air shows at seven airports around the Twin Cities – MSP, Crystal, Lake Elmo, Airlake, Anoka-Blaine, Downtown St. Paul and Flying Cloud. Flybys are currently all aviation enthusiasts are entitled to; aerobatics are banned. According to the MAC's decision in 2006, the risk of an accident outweighed the reward of additional revenue generated from an air show. Earlier this year the famous "Blue Angels" made it to Mankato for a spectacular air show that raised almost $5 million in revenue for the city. So what about Twin Cities area air shows? The general aviation community wants that 2006 ban on air shows lifted. And until it is, some are coming in through the back door. Many people in general aviation say they are being discriminated against and that MAC is in violation of Federal Law. The first air show in the Twin Cities in some 30 years was this July 4. Our guest, Michael Wiskus, Pilot and owner of Lucas Oil Air Shows, explains the issue and what's being done about it.