Atlantic City Airshow Flies High Aug. 22

For some high-flying fun, check out the Atlantic City Airshow Wednesday, Aug. 22. A free event, watch as an array of aircraft color the skies over the beautiful beaches and Atlantic City Boardwalk. (A limited number of premium seats on the beach at show center are available for purchase.)

Entrance to the Flightline Club starts at 10 AM
Atlantic City International Airshow starts at 11 AM

The following is the lineup of events:

1115   US Army Golden Knights Flag Jump w/National Anthems
1123   US Army Golden Knights Mass Exit Show
1129   Multiple Military Flybys
1148   6ABC Chopper Flyby
1150   Medical Helicopter Flybys

1154   NJ State Police Flybys
1156   Jim Beasley Jr. SNJ-5 Aerobatics
1206   NJ-ArNG/NJ-ANG UH-60 SPIES/FRIES Demonstration
1214   Multiple Military Flybys
1228   Paul Dougherty Christian Eagle Aerobatics
1241   US Coast Guard MH-65 Demonstration
1253   FAA William J Hughes Tech Center Global 5000 Flyby
1255   Canadian Forces Snowbirds
1340   Lee Leet Tucano Demonstration
1354   GEICO Skytypers
1410   Miss Geico Speedboat vs. GEICO Skytypers Race
1419   Jim Beasley Jr. P-51 Mustang Demonstrations
1431   Army Golden Knights Mass Exit Show
1451   Mike Wiskus LUCAS OIL Pitts Aerobatics
1506   USAF Thunderbirds Enlistment Ceremony
1510   USAF Thunderbirds

Schedule subject to change based upon aircraft availability, deployments, weather, and other issues beyond the airshow’s control.

Looking for an enhanced experience? Join the Flight Line Club for the day.

What is included with a Flight Line Club ticket?

  • Show center private beach area are with tents, tables, and chairs
  • Quality sound and narration
  • Restrooms on-site
  • Unlimited non-alcoholic beverages and water for the duration of the event
  • Soft pretzels severed from 10 AM to 11:30 AM
  • All you can eat lunch served from 11:30 AM to 2 PM
    • Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, fruit salad, pretzels, peanuts, potato chips and ice cream novelties

Did you know the letters the GEICO Skytypers Air Show Team write are as tall as the Empire State Building, the words can be as long as 8 miles wide, and can be seen for 400 square miles?

Planning to stay overnight? Check out Atlantic City lodging options.