These tiny airplanes are once again helping with a big cause for a children's hospital

"I like ’em better than real airplanes."


An air show featuring tiny and unique planes is helping kids in multiple ways once more.

The annual Wings for Kids fundraiser brings money to Norton Children's Hospital's "Just for Kids" transport team, which transports sick and injured children to the hospital.

"Just a bunch of guys doing our hobby," pilot Tim Evans said, "and we’re the largest charitable flying club in the United States now."

Tap the video above to find out the event makes a difference for the show's young spectators, as well as young hospital patients.