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New York Int’l Air Show Contacts

To reach one of our department heads you can e-mail them by clicking on their e-mail link below. If you are planning to attend the show and are looking for further information, please call (321) 395-3110.

Be sure to check out our “Frequently Asked Questions” page to see whether your question might already have been answered!


Department Contacts

 


Sales & Marketing
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Event Site Operations
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Admissions & Ticketing
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Flight Operations
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Hospitality/Volunteers
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Public Relations
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Note! If you are a food, beverage or merchandise vendor please visit our Sponsor page and submit an inquiry with the indicated interest. We will forward your request to our exclusive food and beverage or merchandise concessioner. Any food, beverage or vendor inquires sent direct to any email above will not be responded to.


  1. Thomas Colon says:

    What time does the show start? The last time it did not start @ 8:30 am. Just want to make sure with two young kids

  2. Darryl says:

    Is it possible to fly in instead of drive? And if so, are there time restrictions as to when we can arrive and leave?

    • NY Air Show says:

      Yes, some guests do fly into the show; however you will need to contact the airport directly for more details on restrictions.

  3. Joseph says:

    Hello, where is the announcement for the show yet? Is it not being held like normal? We are all waiting for an update!!

  4. Christine Truhe says:

    Hi,
    I can’t find my ticket receipt. Do you have records for those who have purchased tickets? If so, please let me know how I can get information.
    Thanks you,
    C. Truhe

  5. Maureen Languish says:

    I have general admission tickets for Saturday what does reserved group seating mean? Do we need chairs?

    • NY Air Show says:

      General admission tickets will not be reserved – you will just be encouraged to distance your group from others.

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