CHINO, Calif. (KABC) --The Planes of Fame Airshow at the Chino Airport set for May has been threatened by legal action aimed at stopping the popular event.
A group of tenants from the Chino Airport filed the lawsuit citing an obstruction of property and financial losses.
"Even last year we had some issues and we spent a lot of time coming up with something that would be agreeable and we thought everything was fine," said Steve Hinton, the president of Planes of Fame Air Museum.
A judge will decide the future of the aircraft show during a hearing scheduled on April 20.
In the video player above, ABC7's Mayde Gomez explains what's behind the lawsuit.