Flight Line Club VIP

Thousands of spectators see the air show from the crowd line, but far less get to experience it without the crowd.  Join the experienced spectators in the ultimate Air Show VIP viewing spot, the Flight Line Club!  Be one of the few to enjoy this VIP experience on the flight line directly at show center.... View Article


Thousands of spectators see the air show from the crowd line, but far less get to experience it without the crowd.  Join the experienced spectators in the ultimate Air Show VIP viewing spot, the Flight Line Club!  Be one of the few to enjoy this VIP experience on the flight line directly at show center.

2017 Early Bird Pricing of $129 per day!

Save 35% off the $199 day-of-event price

The performers will be soaring across the airfield in front of you and the static aircraft displays will be just behind you.  A catered lunch will be served from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm with draft beer, soft drinks and water served all day long with shaded seating available inside the Flight Line Club VIP tent. When you’re ready to watch the show take a seat directly on the flight line and watch the jets soar overhead.  As an Air Show VIP you’ll receive an official event program and a commemorative event credential. A reserved parking permit for the Air Show VIP parking is included with every Flight Line Club VIP purchase and offers the closest available parking.  Children ages 2 & under are free.

 

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Flight Line Club VIP Tent Diagram

 


  1. Colleen Quinn says:

    My interest is in the A10 (Warthog). If they, and a pilot are going to be there, my sons and I will be there as well. I was a US Army Military Police Soldier in the desert, Middle East. That aircraft, and pilot had my back more then once. My sons appreciate that. We would really like to see that aircraft and meet one of the pilots.

  2. Jamie Brown says:

    I’m looking at the Friday Night Flight Line Club VIP tickets, are there different prices for adult and children?

    • Air & Space Show says:

      Jamie, children under 2 years of age are free in the Flight Line Club. Everyone else will need a full price ticket.

  3. Renee Page says:

    Hello:

    It is exciting to have such an Air Show here in Melbourne! I would like to be a volunteer in the hospitality aspect of the Air Show, having experience working in the Delta Air Lines Sky Club. Thank you for your time and attention, Renee

    • Air & Space Show says:

      The benefits of being in the Flight Line Club are: Free VIP Parking close to the entrance, private port-a-potties, 2 hours of catered food service, unlimited water, soda and beer, the Flight Line Club tent to cool off, seating outside of the tent located directly on the Flight Line and more.

    • Air & Space Show says:

      Reserved Box Seating just gets you a seat to watch Friday Night Flight. The Flight Line Club comes with a 2 hour food service, unlimited soda, water and beer, private restrooms and much more.

  4. Debbie says:

    I purchased vip flight tickets now I read we have to purchase seats on a first come basis. I don’t understand that. I paid for this didn’t i

    • Air & Space Show says:

      The $10 seating on the Flight Line is for people who are in General Admission and did not bring a chair. You’re in the Flight Line Club.

  5. Beverly says:

    My 3rd year in the Flight Line VIP Club – I have loved it every year! Improvements I noticed in 2016:
    (1) Issuing badges and bags to VIP ticket holders as they arrived between 9:00 and 10:00 a.m., which prevented the build-up of a long waiting line and allowed us to get our credentials, then walk around the displays until the Clubhouse opened at 10:00 a.m.
    (2) The use of refrigerated cabinets for bottled water and soft drinks instead of barrels filled with ice and water, which required hand-numbing fishing expeditions to retrieve beverages.
    (3) Smaller, round tables in the dining areas.
    (4) Offering continental breakfast items – muffins, pastries, and granola bars, as well as apples and tangerines.
    One question: was there an Event Program this year? I “assumed” there was one in my GEICO bag, but didn’t check until I got home.
    Thank you!

  6. Dave says:

    From a photography aspect, which area is best suited. The Flight line Club or the photography pit area?

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