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JONES BEACH AIR SHOW--(May 27th & 28th,2017)-Information

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SAT-5/27 & SUN-5/28 ... 12PM - 5PM

Practice on Friday, 5/26 @ 12 Noon

Admission Price: FREE
Parking Cost: $10.00

The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds to Return for 2017 - The 14th annual AIR SHOW will also mean the return of Levittown native Major Kevin Walsh, who will be flying high in Thunderbird No. 7.

(PERFORMERS 2017): ---United States Air Force Thunderbirds
United States Army Golden Knights - Sean D. Tucker – Team Oracle - John Klatt Airshows – “Screamin Sasquatch” - Matt Chapman – Embry Riddle - David Windmiller - GEICO Skytypers - American Air Power Museum Warbirds - SUNY Farmingdale Aviation - 106th Rescue Wing

(STATIC DISPLAYS): ---(NY Guard Military Vehicles)-- (The Announcer is: Rob Reider)-- (The Airboss will be: Wayne Boggs)

GET THERE EARLY. In the past, this show has easily seen (200,000) people fill up the beach on a single day. It is not unusual for the parking lots to be filled by (11:00 am)-- (if not earlier). When this happens, the parkways are closed and people are turned away. So, it is probably a good idea to arrive before --(10:00 am), or as early as reasonably possible.

(SUNSCREEN). ---Bring it. You will be in the sun for over five hours. Trust me, you will need plenty of it.

(BAGS, BACKPACKS, AND COOLERS ARE OK)--- (this is a beach you know), but keep in mind THEY WILL BE SEARCHED so don't bring too much stuff along with you. It will also get crowded near show-center, and extra baggage could make movement difficult. There is a nice fast-food style restaurant on the East end of the beach, and refreshment vendors will be located along the boardwalk. If you want to keep costs low, you may want to bring along your own drinks and snacks. There will be no bleachers or seating of any sort (with the exception of the VIP Chalets that require a separate entry fee purchased before the show), so bring a blanket to sit on, or a foldable chair. If you plan on sitting close to the water, you might want to bring a jacket or long-sleeved shirt. Even though the air temperature may be warm, the waters will still be cold and can cause the area right by the shoreline to be surprisingly chilly.

(EARPLUGS /or EARMUFFS are Suggested) -- for the younger viewers (6 & under) Please use earmuffs since earplugs are a choking hazard.. The jets can get loud, and you might get stuck next to some annoying guy who won't shut up about his cats.

(PHOTOGRAPHY)--- is always fun at an air show, but there are several things to keep in mind, and you should know the limits of your camera. Even though the planes will be close, they will still be far enough away that you will need a decent amount of zoom. The beach faces South, directly into the sun, so most everything will be backlit all day. Also, the air tends to get quite hazy, making it difficult to get a crisp shot. Don't let these handicaps prevent you from bringing your camera, however. You never know what kind of moments you will be able to capture.

(KITES ARE PROHIBITED).--- They can easily distract the performers, and that could result in some rather nasty stuff. Please leave these flying machines at home.

(NO PETS).--- Of course, this excludes animals that aid the handicapped. Unless that animal happens to be a ferret, and if you are using a ferret to lead you around everywhere, you will probably have trouble getting to the show in the first place. f-18 sh U.S. Navy F-18 Super Hornet click here


There are two ways that one can watch the show: from the beach or from a boat. Some have asked me if the show can be seen from other surrounding beaches, and the answer is probably yes. However, you will be nowhere near airhsow center (where all the action takes place and the acts are centered around) and you will not hear Mr. Reider's commentary. So for the best viewing experience, stay with Jones Beach itself.

For those with boats, the show can be viewed from Zach's Bay or from the ocean. However, there are restrictions as to where in the ocean the show can be watched. I was able to find these parameters for the 2005 show, and I can only assume that they will be the same for this year. And if they aren't exactly the same, the worst that can happen is the Coast Guard will yell at you and tell you to move. No biggie.

"Sec. 165.T01-033 Safety Zone; Jones Beach Air show, Jones Beach, Wantagh, NY. .. (a) Location. Beginning at a point on land located in Jones Beach State Park at approximate position 40[deg]35'06'' N, 073[deg]32'37'' W, then running east along the shoreline of Jones Beach State Park to approximate position 40[deg]35'49'' N, 073[deg]28'47'' W; then running south to an position in the Atlantic Ocean off of Jones Beach at approximate position 40[deg]34'23'' N, 073[deg]32'23'' W; then running west to approximate position 40[deg]35'05'' N, 073[deg]28'34'' W; then running north to the point of beginning at approximate position 40[deg]35'06'' N, 073[deg]32'37'' W. All coordinates are North American Datum 1983."

Directions to the American Airpower Museum:
Long Island Expressway
Visitors may arrive at the museum from the Long Island Expressway by exiting south on Exit 49, Route 110. Following the LIRR trestle, make a left on Conklin Avenue, proceed to New Highway and turn right. Pass two hangars and make a right hand turn into museum parking. The museum entrance is the red door at the hangar marked "American Airpower Museum."

Other Links: Military: U.S. Army Golden Knights USMC MV-22 Osprey US NAVY Parachute Team “The Leap Frogs”
Civilian: GEICO Skytypers Miss GEICO Powerboat v.s. GEICO Skytypers Race Sean D. Tucker – Aviation Specialties: Oracle Challenger III Misty Blues All Women Skydiving Team Matt Chapman Airshows: Embry-Riddle Eagle 580 David Windmiller: Bethpage Waterfiller Zivko Edge 540 Carl Skinner T-28 Trojan John Klatt Airshows Screamin’ Sasquatch Jet Waco Aerobatic Team B-17 Yankee Lady American Airpower Museum Warbirds Red Bull Air Force

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