The Reno-Stead Airport has reopened to both arrivals and departures four days after a horrific crash killed 10 people.
National Transportation Safety Board members are also heading back to Washington, D.C. to begin their extensive analysis of evidence recovered from Friday's deadly crash.
Investigators spent the weekend mapping the crash scene, collecting evidence and gathering what NTSB member Mark Rosekind called "tremendous amounts of material," including spectator videos and photos.
Officials also recovered an onboard data box and camera equipment believed to be from the plane.
Pilot Jimmy Leeward was among those killed when his modified WWII-era P-51 Mustang fighter plane, dubbed the Galloping Ghost, crashed nose-first into a section of VIP box seats.
Anyone needing additional support or with questions regarding the incident at Friday's air races are encouraged to call 211 from within Nevada, or 775.784.8090 from outside the state.
Attendees who left personal effects in the grandstand area of the air races can call 775.972.6663 for more information on reclaiming that property. Property and effects located in the box seating area near the incident are still being processed. Further information will been released when those items are available to be reclaimed.
(The Associated Press also contributed to this report.)