With less than an hour to go before the start of the Atlantic City Airshow, everything appears to be running on schedule.

Following a briefing for the performers, airshow boss David Schutlz said the show was on track for a 10:30 a.m. start. Afternoon storms cancelled Tuesday's practice, so not all acts have had a chance for a dry run, but that shouldn't affect today's show, Schultz said.

Parking in the city, however, is becoming sparse, said Atlantic City Emergency Management Coordinator Tom Foley.

"We are urging everyone to avoid the area around Florida Avenue and instead use the available satellite parking," he said. "At this point, parking in the city is very, very rare."

Satellite parking for the show is available at Bader Field or at the park and ride on the Atlantic City Expressway.

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