Flight Line Club VIP - New York International Air Show : New York International Air Show

Flight Line Club VIP

Thousands of spectators see the New York International Air Show from the crowd line, but far less get to experience it without the crowd. Join the experienced spectators in the ultimate VIP viewing spot, the Flight Line Club! Be one of the few to enjoy this VIP experience on the flight line directly at show... View Article

Thousands of spectators see the New York International Air Show from the crowd line, but far less get to experience it without the crowd. Join the experienced spectators in the ultimate VIP viewing spot, the Flight Line Club! Be one of the few to enjoy this VIP experience on the flight line directly at show center.

Purchase Online at the Pre-Event Price of $214

Save $63 off the $285 day-of-event-price ONLINE now!

NEW for 2019!  Special children’s price of $193 for ages 3-12

(ages 2 and under still free)


The performers will be soaring across the airfield in front of you and our new VIP Entrance military aircraft display will be waiting for you as you enter!.  A fully catered lunch from a new specialized caterer will be served from 11:30a to 1:30p with draft beer, soft drinks and water served all day long.  Lots of shaded seating available inside the Flight Line Club VIP tent and when you’re ready to get the full effect of the show take a seat directly on the flight line and watch the jets soar overhead.  You’ll receive an official event program and a commemorative credential. One parking pass for the VIP reserved parking area just for the Flight Line Club and Corporate Chalets is included with every purchase and offers the closest available parking.  You’ll also enter through a special VIP entrance.  Best of all, when the show is over, you’ll exit the VIP reserved parking via a special route away from the crowds and traffic and be on your way home with ease!


    • NY Air Show says:

      We do across-the-board discounts for all guests who purchase online ahead of the show! There are no additional discounts.

  1. CharlieK says:

    Will I have access to my car from the Flight Line Club? I want to bring a camera with a long telephoto lens for the airshow but I don’t want to carry it around while I view the static displays.

    • NY Air Show says:

      There is no exiting and re-admittance, so we recommend bringing a camera bag with any camera equipment that you need in with you. You can leave it in the Flight Line Club area while touring the static displays.

  2. Ben says:

    Greetings friends, we are excited about coming this year. My question, with VIP tickets, is there room to on-site park our RV (class C, 29 feett)? If not, what would you suggest for parking? Especially for those with VIP tickets.

    Thank you,

    • NY Air Show says:

      Hey Ben, Parking in Ocean City is quite limited, so an RV is unlikely to find a spot. Do you have the option to have your RV at its usual campground and then take a taxi or a ride-share like Uber or Lyft to the show site? That would likely be your best bet. Unfortunately we just don’t have an area that can accommodate a 29′ vehicle.

  3. Will says:

    Can I bring in my camera bag with tripod and set up camera/lens for photographing the show? Do I have to go to the PhotoPit?
    It is hard to predict which day, Saturday or Sunday, would be a sunny day. What if I purchased a ticket for Saturday but it would be raining?

    • NY Air Show says:

      Yes, a camera bag and tripod are fine in the general admission or Flight Line Club as well as the Photo Pit. Show is rain or shine.

  4. Phebe says:

    Is the general seating or general tents for non-VIP? Asking because my guests are older and will not to sit outside the direct sun area.

    • NY Air Show says:

      The general seating for guests is completely unshaded. The VIP Flight Line Club has a big tent where guests can sit in the shade while they eat lunch, then move out to front row seating to watch the show. You are allowed to bring a small handheld umbrella to the show.

  5. Ross Sharp, Director of Engineering, The People's Mosquito Ltd says:

    I will be attending your show for the first time in 2019 and I’m really looking forward to it. However, since I am a former Deputy Air Show Co-ordinator for the Royal Air Force, this won’t be my first show by any means! Next year, our aviation charity, The People’s Mosquito will have to consider having a booth at the event.

  6. Dave Heenan says:

    Hey! We’ve decided this morning to come to the New York Airshow this year as you’re going to be honoured with The Red Arrows!! We love them just a little more than the Blue Angels! We’ll be staying in New York City (having flown in from London). Is there easy public transport to Stewart International on Show days? Or do you have recommendations for local hotels/accommodation? Many thanks, Dave

    • NY Air Show says:

      Hey Dave, yes, we are super pumped about having both acts too! We’ll be posting a page here with travel information shortly, but also stay tuned to our Facebook page for updates. Generally there is a subway line that takes you up into the area and then you can hop a taxi, Uber or Lyft to get over to NY Stewart International Airport where the show is located. Stay tuned, we’ll be sharing out that information in the next couple months once it’s verified with the NY Transit Authority.


    Had a wonderful time BUT your signage was nonexistent! Had to ask several sheriff’s officers and event coordinators where to go for VIP parking. Just a suggestion. Get more signs and get them out on entrance roads and once closer to the air show, showing parking locations. It wasn’t just me. I had a co-worker also attending the event who was just as disappointed with the non-existence of signage as I was. Otherwise, it was a great show. Thanks.

    • Cindy Rap says:

      Great show…getting out of parking lot when show over was absolutely horrible…1 way out only…nobody directing traffic…over 1 hour to try and get out of lot. Need nore exits and staff to direct how to get out!!! Horrible!!

      • NY Air Show says:

        Hey Cindy, yes, we’re sorry about the parking situation this year – it was a challenge for a number of guests, but we are already working to put processes in place to improve it in 2019. We hope that your departure experience didn’t ruin your enjoyment of a great show!

        • Julie says:

          Create an app through Google to allow maps to seperate entrances. Like general parking or VIP.

          We decided to book hotel at the entrance so as to avoid all of that. We will walk over this year.

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