Frequently asked questions

The gates open at 10:00am Saturday and Sunday

Parking is FREE onsite, the entrance to parking is off Elm Line. Shuttles are provided to transport you from the parking area to the show entrance.

Flying will take place all day long. You do not need to arrive by a certain time to see planes in the air. This will allow you to stay on the grounds for whatever period of time that you wish, while the gates are open between 10am and 6pm.

Yes, but remember to keep your ticket for proof of payment.

Absolutely but remember to have fresh batteries and a memory card with plenty of space for all of those spectacular pictures.

Sunscreen, hearing protection for young children, sunglasses, a hat and binoculars are a good start.

Sorry, no pets are allowed. Sounds from aircraft and large crowds can upset family pets. Service animals such as seeing-eye dogs are permitted.

Yes; we have a designated dry RV camping area on site.  Please visit our website for camping applications and rules.

Yes, you can bring food but in a soft sided cooler only. However, please remember that our Air Show concession stands feature a wide variety of reasonably priced food and refreshing beverages for your convenience and enjoyment.

Yes, small collapsible lawn chairs, camp chairs, & blankets are recommended for sitting on the grass viewing areas. Small personal umbrellas are permitted, large oversized umbrellas or patio umbrellas are not permitted as these obstruct the view other Air Show patrons.

In the event of rain certain flying demonstrations may be postponed or cancelled, some may be flown as a restricted display. However, unless the forecast suggests a serious threat to the wellbeing of Air Show patrons and participants, the show will proceed subject to delay or modification as deemed necessary by the administration of the GLIAS

Air shows present some risk to spectators and aviators. Accidents have occurred, sometimes with a large loss of life, such as the 1988 disaster at Ramstein Air Base in Germany and the 2002 air show crash at Lviv, Ukraine. Because of these accidents, the various aviation authorities around the world have created set rules and guidance for those running and participating in air displays. Air displays are often monitored by aviation authorities to ensure safe procedures.AS and Air Operations.

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