ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The morning snowfall canceled a hot air balloon competition Sunday. The event was supposed to be at Double Eagle Airport.
Top Gun, Albuquerque’s competitive ballooning community, scheduled its monthly hot air balloon competition this morning.
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Nearly two dozen pilots were set to compete for a monthly ‘Top Gun Title’ and points for a cumulative score for the club championship.
Sunday would’ve been the first time the ballooning group would’ve launched from the Double Eagle Airport.
Pilots still set up a static display today. Top Gun holds the hot air balloon competition once a month.