California Drought Curbs Water Cannon Salutes at AirportsBy
The water cannon salute—an airport tradition to honor military veterans, foreign dignitaries, and new airline service—is on hiatus at California’s two largest airports because of the state’s severe drought. The salutes typically involve two firefighting rigs spraying arcs of water over an arriving or departing flight.
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