Lockheed Martin’s Sanford air show a lesson in securing airspace

Long before high-powered aircraft can scream over Orlando Sanford International Airport in formation this October for the first air show there in more than 25 years, airport leaders must spend years coordinating flight patterns with the FAA.

But the most crucial permit may have nothing to do with the planes, said Brian Lilley, whose company B. Lilley Productions has been coordinating shows for more than 12 years. Read more here.