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The Yellowstone International Airshow’s schedule at Billings Logan International Airport



Billings, Montana – On August 12 and 13, the Yellowstone International Airshow will return to the sky over the Magic City.

Check out the information below as we get closer to the performance this year:

A place to park

Parking permits are available and need to be ordered ahead of time. You will be given a free parking card if you buy four tickets or more, including children’s tickets.


You can purchase VIP tickets for the Yellowstone International Air Show to receive a clear view, unique access to locations that aren’t accessible to the general public, a complimentary BBQ buffet and water, private parking, and attentive care.

The cost of a VIP package is $125 per person, regardless of age, and each member of your group will require a separate VIP card when they arrive.

Additionally, general admission tickets are offered for $10 for kids under 10 and $45 for adults.


The exhibition this year will take place on August 12 and 13, commencing at 11:00 each day. At 3:00 pm, the Blue Angels will begin to perform.

Gates will be open from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.

Highway 3 will be shut down because of the air show on Saturday, August 12 and Sunday, August 13 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm to make room for cars leaving the air show.

What to pack

Make sure you have your tickets and any required identification before you arrive.

Attendees should dress comfortably and wear closed-toe shoes that are appropriate for walking on a variety of surfaces.

Sun canopies are not permitted owing to airport rules, however sunscreen, sunglasses, and wide-brimmed hats are.

You are permitted to bring a non-breakable refillable water bottle to the air show but are not permitted to bring outside food or beverages. There will be a selection of food stands and concessions.

At the exhibition, cameras and binoculars are also permitted.

It’s advisable to bring chairs or blankets if you have a general admission ticket so you may sit down.

The show will go on even if it rains, barring extremely bad weather. In case of rain, be ready with rain gear.

It’s also recommended to wear ear protection because the show can be quite loud, especially if your hearing is delicate.

Pets, distracting objects, and drones are all prohibited, according to the event’s organizers.

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