All You Need To Know

frequently asked questions

We don’t have a discount for serving members or retirees this year as we are focusing discounts on targeted veteran attendance and special needs groups. The Show is struggling to keep prices low for families as we contend with the rising costs of producing the air show. We hope you understand and can support the Air Show as we do profile the Canadian Forces and appreciate all its members do for our community.

No, the property at the Debert Airport is completely non-smoking. 

We have accessibility shuttles on site all day which will pick you up just inside the main gates, and shuttle you to your viewing destination. We attempt to limit the distances to key amenities like washrooms and food by building them in centrally located areas. 

We also have an accessible parking area for those with mobility issues so that you’re able to park close to our main entrance gate, limiting the distance you need to walk!

Our Drive-In viewing ticket option is ideal for those with mobility issues. You are able to park in a private designated viewing area, and set up your own seating beside you vehicle. This area is located towards the front of the air show grounds and offers ideal views of the show!

Always where good walking shoes, we strongly advise you not where flip-flops or sandals. Hats, particularly wide brimmed are recommended as it can get very hot after several hours outside. Sunscreen is a must, our comfort stations will have some if you’ve forgotten yours. Sunglasses are recommended as well as ear protection for small children. Also items our comfort stations will have.

Yes, we encourage it! Food and snacks, as well as water is highly recommended. Our “Fuel-up Canteen” will have several food trucks with varying food offerings as well. 

Air Show’s are rain or shine events, that said, we pray annually to the sun gods and ask you do too! The show will go on unless conditions reach a point where it is unsafe for our fans to be on the air show grounds or for our performers to fly. Examples of this would be thunder storms/lightning, tropical storm/hurricane like conditions or very limited or poor visibility for performers do to extreme fog/very low cloud cover conditions.