Olympic Airshow

FAQ

* $15.00 Online
* $20.00 At the Gate
* Children 6 and Under are FREE

Adult Weekend Passes
* $25.00 Online
* $35.00 At the Gate
* Children 6 and Under are FREE

Free admission for Olympic Flight Museum Members. Must Present a Valid Membership Card for Entry. 

Gates will open at 9:00 a.m both days.  Opening Ceremonies is at 12:00 p.m.  Aerobatic performances begin after Opening Ceremonies and will continue until about 4:00 pm. Admission Gates close at 5:00 p.m.

There is limited seating available.  There will be no grass seating this year; all seating is on pavement.  You are encouraged to bring folding chairs.

Yes, but you will need to make sure you receive a wristband at the exit prior to leaving.

Yes, you can purchase Admission tickets by credit card. An ATM will be available at the front Entrance area.

The Olympic Air Show is held on airport property and must adhere to FAA Safety Regulations.  All bags and carry-in items are subject to search.

Permitted Items – Strollers, Child Wagons, Folding Chairs, Blankets, Wheel Chairs, Coolers, Ice Chests, Cameras, and Other Recording Device, Family Radio Service (walkie talkies).

Prohibited Items – Pets  (Service Dogs with Credentials Only), Guns, Knives, Leatherman Tools, Multi-tools, Replica/toy Weapons, Pepper Spray, Glass bottles or Containers, Alcoholic Beverages, Scooters, Roller Blades, Bicycles or Skateboards, Tents, Awnings, and Fireworks, Transmitters and Transceivers.

Vehicle parking on airport premises fills very quickly.  Vehicle parking is available in the surrounding areas of the airport, and will likely be of distance from the entrance.  Please remember these are public streets to be used for parking only, and will be monitored by law enforcement.  No “tail gating,” alcoholic beverages, picnicking, cooking/barbecuing, camping or loitering will be tolerated.

There is a limited amount of space available for RV’s and travel trailers.  Reservations are required.  Please contact the Safety in Motion Flight Center at 360-754-4043.

An area near the front entrance is designated for handicapped parking and is monitored.  Handicap Credentials to park in this area are REQUIRED.   Handicapped parking is limited and is available on a first come, first served basis.

Yes. Upon arrival, tell Tower you are with GA parking, and they will direct you to the designated parking area. Check NOTAMS