4th of July Truckee Tahoe Honor Flyover
In the Air! Flyover Starts at 11 a.m. in Truckee and Circumnavigates the Lake Tahoe Basin and Back to Truckee!
Presented by the Truckee Tahoe Air Show and Truckee Tahoe Airport
Click HERE for more information and flyover schedule.
THIS IS NOT AN EVENT AT THE AIRPORT.
PLANES WILL NOT BE ON DISPLAY.
Aircraft WILL NOT BE ON DISPLAY at the Truckee Tahoe Airport for public viewing. The Truckee Tahoe Airport complies with Nevada and Placer County Health Department guidelines to not have large public gatherings at the airport.
2020 AIR SHOW
CANCELED UNTIL 2021
ABOUT THE TRUCKEE TAHOE AIR SHOW
And its dedication to building the future of aviation
The Truckee Tahoe Air Show & Family Festival is proudly known as one of the region’s most family-friendly events with free parking and free admission.
Come experience a breathtaking and world-class air show with world-renowned aerobatic performers! Visit the STEM Expo, the Family Festival, rides for a cost in military aircraft, free rides for kids on Sunday, July 12 by the EAA Young Eagle’s pilot volunteers, static displays, vendors, a VIP Hospitality Tent, free Speaker Presentation, and much more!
All proceeds from sponsorships, vendor booth fees, VIP Hospitality Tent ticket sales, and much more, go directly to Truckee North Tahoe youth organizations.
The Air Show is generously funded and presented by the Truckee Tahoe Airport District.
The Truckee Tahoe Air Show is a PROUD recipient of the
FAMILY FUN FOR ALL!
And that’s the truth! The Truckee Tahoe Airport District Board and Air Show Committee are dedicated to making this a local's family-friendly event with free admission and free parking.
PLEASE NOTE: Once in the Air Show & Family Festival, there will be some fees (i.e. military aircraft rides, face painting, food, VIP Hospitality Tent entry. )
Family-friendly festivities include a designated Family Festival on the green with live music, stilt walkers, arts and crafts, puppet shows, and much more! The Suddenlink by Altice STEM Expo offers hands-on activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
And, on Sunday, July 12, children ages 8 – 17 can fly for free by one of numerous pilot volunteers with the EAA Local Chapter 1073 Young Eagles program.