Frequently Asked QUESTIONS (FAQS)*

*Rules and restrictions are subject to change at any time without notice.

Here are a few tips to help make your airshow experience a safe and pleasant one!

Security

No, you may not bring ice into the show grounds except for medical necessary items or infant items. You can bring in ice packs.

Soft sided coolers are permitted. Hard sided coolers are not permitted.

Chairs, strollers, cameras, blankets and handheld umbrellas ARE permitted.

Yes, you may exit the show and re-enter. You must show your tickets to staff upon reentry.

Yes. Please review the Entry Restrictions for more information.

Any form of smoking (cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, pipes, vaping, marijuana etc) is prohibited on the grounds as well as in your vehicle.

Notify an Air Show worker or security and they will contact a mobile medical team.
Notify an Air Show worker or security and they will contact a mobile medical team. The Air Show has Code Adam in place during the show. Please provide appropriate parties details about the child to help in the process.

Show

The show is scheduled the same both days. However, weather could impact the schedule. All performers are subject to change.

All tickets must be purchased online, there are no ticket booths at the event. You are able to purchase tickets day of as long as the show is not sold out.

For ticketing related questions (lost confirmation emails, exchanging between days, adding a ticket, or upgrading), please reach out to our ticketing partner, EventSprout.  (hyperlink EventSprout to: https://www.eventsprout.com/segments/ )

We are fairly quick to respond (usually 1-2 hours but at most 24 hours) and if we have questions, we don’t know the answer to, we reach out to confirm before proceeding.  I have attached an FAQs sheet for our support team for you to review, make updates, and return to be sure we are following your policies.  Please pay special attention to anything highlighted in yellow.

General Admission for Children 15 and under are FREE. Adults (16+) are required to have a ticket. 

Children 5-15 must have a paid ticket into any clubs. Children under 5 are FREE into clubs. 

No. Once a ticket is purchased, there are no refunds. The Show is a primary fundraiser for the Michigan Flight Museum.

Yes, there will be on-site food and non-alcoholic / alcoholic beverage options.

The Michigan Flight Museum’s B-25 Rosie’s Reply, B-17 Yankee Lady C-47 Hairless Joe, & UH-1H Huey Greyhound are giving rides. For more information please click here.

The air show begins at 1pm and will end at 3pm. All performers are subject to change.

Unless the weather is severe, we will fly as much of the show as is safe and possible.

We recommend you wear comfortable shoes; attending the show barefoot is not advised. There may be a possibility of soft, wet, and muddy surfaces. Please dress accordingly; it is a Michigan summer.

The show is under an open sky. You are encouraged to bring hats, sunglasses, sunscreen, and personal umbrellas. No portable awnings or tents are permitted.
Portable restrooms (including handicap portable restrooms) and sanitation stations will be available.

If possible, please print off your ticket(s) and have them readily available. If unable to print, please have them readily available on your phone.

Parking

Friday Twilight Show: Gates open at 5:00 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday Shows: Gates open at 10:00 a.m.

Unfortunately, due to the size of the airport, these vehicles are not allowed on site.

Please bring your own appropriate pad, etc. to park on. All parking is on grass.

Please Be Mindful..

Foreign Object Debris (FOD)

FOD is any loose debris that can be hazardous if ingested or accelerated by an aircraft engine. FOD can cause major damage to aircraft and can also pose a projectile hazard to spectators. Please pick up after yourself. Whatever you carry in, please carry out.

*Aircraft appearing are subject to change due to many reasons beyond our control, to include but not limited to, maintenance, weather, or other circumstances. We appreciate your understanding.