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Flight Line Club VIP

The Flight Line Club is the ultimate spot to experience the Lockheed Martin Space and Air Show. Enjoy this VIP viewing experience featuring tents for shade and eating, a catered lunch, and beer, wine, soft drinks and water all day long while you stay safe and separate from others around you with reserved seating by... View Article


The Flight Line Club is the ultimate spot to experience the Lockheed Martin Space and Air Show. Enjoy this VIP viewing experience featuring tents for shade and eating, a catered lunch, and beer, wine, soft drinks and water all day long while you stay safe and separate from others around you with reserved seating by group.


Purchase now at Early Bird Price of $186/day

Save $79 off the $265 event day price!

*Event day price online or by phone, tickets must be purchased in advance for 2020

Children (age 3-12) $167, age 2 and under free

The Flight Line Club will feature reserved seating by group to stay safe and separate from other spectators this year. Only your friends and family will be sitting next to you directly on the flight line as you watch the jets soar overhead with large aisles between every section and row. A catered lunch will be served from 11:30a to 1:30p with beer, wine, soft drinks and water served all day long. Enjoy shaded seating to eat inside the Flight Line Club VIP tents and use them to get out of the sun after lunch service is complete. Executive air conditioned restroom trailers are once again part of the VIP experience. A complimentary program guide, mask and a small bottle of hand sanitizer will be provided to every Flight Line Club guest. One parking pass per group is included for the VIP reserved parking area just for the Flight Line Club guests, offering the closest available parking. You’ll also enter though a special entrance gate to VIP parking and take a special express exit route away from the main parking lots so you can avoid most of the traffic.



  1. Shawn says:

    I bought 6 tickets when first went on sale for VIP. Each came with a parking pass at that time. Please explain how parking became a “group” thing. In addition, please explain how VIP has changed to group seating now. Does that mean my six are in a group. We will be coming in separate vehicles so what do I do now.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hi Shawn, so when you buy a group of Flight Line VIP club tickets, your order comes with one parking pass per order. However, we do our best to accommodate the need for additional parking passes within reason for Flight Line Club groups of 5 or larger who may not arrive together in a single vehicle. We can likely accommodate an additional parking pass for you if you need it – please email us at info@air.show. The parking passes are typically emailed to guests a couple weeks prior to the event. Regarding the seating, you will be provided with wristbands and badges when you come into the VIP Flight Line Club area. Once there, you will report to a group of six seats for your party. Your party can arrive together or separately; it doesn’t matter. We do, however, recommend where possible arriving together to ensure we can properly group you together.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Are you asking about a signing booth? We’re not sure at this time, only because we are implementing additional “stay safe” protocols to protect our guests and performers. If you are referencing the “Friends and Family” tent, then yes.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Yes, the Thunderbirds will be flying on the Employee Day (Friday, October 30) as well as at the public show. Times will not be posted for the Friday show; Saturday and Sunday’s scheduled will come out approximately a week before the event.

  2. Leona Pierce says:

    I hope to attend but will need to travel from out of state. With the Covid situation, there are so many unknowns and potential loss of travel dollars. If I purchase VIP, if event is canceled, would I get a refund? How soon in advance would I be notified?
    I know its early, but what precautions will be in place for the event? Any other information you could relay on this?

    • Laney Poye says:

      At this time, the show is still scheduled to occur as planned, with modifications to the layout for public safety. Should that change, we will notify all ticketholders with plenty of forewarning, but we do not expect this to occur. Tickets would then be honored at the rescheduled date.

  3. Cynthia Willems says:

    If we are planning to attend the family day – is the VIP ticket still needed or used? We will be traveling from out of state and would like to make use of chairs and tents but am unsure what we need to do for Family Day.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hi Cynthia, if you are only attending the Lockheed Martin Space and Air Show private employee day event on Friday, October 30, the only thing you need is the parking pass that you can claim via email. You are invited to bring your own chair and are allowed a small handheld umbrella, but no pop-ups, awnings or beach umbrellas. Please see the Employee Day FAQ page for more details.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hi Ed, you will be charged for your tickets as soon as they are ordered. They will arrive in your email inbox within a few minutes of your purchase.

  4. Sal says:

    Crew Chief and Founder of the C-5 Maintainers Facebook Group. I. Very interested in any information you will have on the C5! Will there be a C5 demo or Static display only? Also will the C5 be opened up for walkthroughs? Flight deck tours?

  5. Roy & Lois Schultz says:

    We bought VIP tickets at full price when they first went on sale; anyway we can take advantage of this discount and have some of our payment refunded?

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hi Roy, if you purchased your tickets when they first went on sale, you actually received the BEST discount. The current discount was only 35%, you would have received 40% off. There was no discount code needed when you purchased; the discount was already added in.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hi Vesta, there is not a limit on soda and water in the VIP Flight Line Club, but our management staff and volunteer crew do reserve the right to limit alcoholic beverages for any guests deemed necessary for public safety.

    • Laney Poye says:

      No. Due to concerns for the safety of attendees and animals, no pets will be allowed onto the show site unless they are service animals. For clarification on qualifications of service animals, please visit the ADA website. A public air show is not a conducive environment for our four-legged friends!

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hey Benjamin – no. Parking in the airport parking garage will be reserved for those with commercial flights only. We will have parking areas on site for all of our air show guests. VIP tickets include parking; General admission parking will go on sale about 30 days prior to the show!

  6. Sapana says:

    Hi, I’m considering the VIP tickets but will there be any vegetarian options for those of us who do not eat meat? Thanks!

      • Laney Poye says:

        All public areas of the air show are ADA handicapped accessible. For guests with accessibility challenges, we recommend bringing a cane, wheelchair or walker. However, we ask that all guests please note that the show is located on an airfield and there will be some distance involved from the gates to the seating area. Most parking areas are grass lots. Handicapped parking will be available in all official air show parking lots.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hi Jason, so in our Flight Line Club VIP section, food, drinks and seating are all provided. For our regular general admission, you will need to bring your own chairs and a personal hand-held umbrella is fine, but no popup awnings or beach umbrellas are allowed. All guests are allowed 1L of water per person, but no other outside food or beverage will be allowed on site. We do have vendors with food for sale throughout the show.

      • Rhonda says:

        I am medically limited to non-carbonated drinks. I don’t want just water all day. Do you have sweet tea available? If not, is there a list of non-carbonated drink options available?

        • Laney Poye says:

          Hi Rhonda, yes, we have a bunch of lemonade vendors, as well as some who sell bottled sweet tea. You’ll be fine to have an alternative that is not water or soda.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hey Anthony, at this time, discounted tickets are only available for current Lockheed Martin employees. However, all guests are invited to take advantage of our Early Bird discount pricing currently on sale here on the website, which is currently 35% off day-of prices. No need for any codes, you can simply purchase by clicking the link and the discount is already factored in.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hey Ron, your HR department sent out instructions a couple weeks ago regarding the employee day – first of all, let them know that you did not receive anything about it. Secondly, feel free to email us at info@air.show and we’d be happy to share further details. We’re not posting about it here in order to avoid confusion between the Employee Day on Friday, October 30 and the public show on 10/31 and 11/1.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hey Rich, we’ll have our tech team look into it. Is there a specific page(s) where you are clicking and it’s taking you here to the Orlando page?

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hey Donald, we’ll be posting prices when tickets go on sale – stay tuned. We have a variety of ticket levels for all budgets.

  7. karen butera says:

    If you purchase flight line, do you still need to purchase a general ticket for that day? or does the flight line experience include your ticket for the day?

  8. 760 920-1628 says:

    Morning here in California! I just subscribed for tickets to the November 2020 air show. I reserved 4 but I will need to reduce that to 1. Other prospective attendees will not be available.
    I was an ‘Air Force Brat’ and loved every minute of the lifestyle. Respecting my Father’s wishes, instead of joining the Military, I went in into the Fire Service serving for DoD installations, retiring out as a Chief, again, loving every minute of the First Responder life. I am blessed to be on the Lockheed Martin team and seeing an exciting future. Best times were working the air shows out at USMC El Toro in Calif. Can’t wait to see the Thunderbirds again.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hey Beverly, no problem – when the tickets go on sale, you will be contacted, and you can order just your one ticket when the time comes. Thanks for your family’s service to our military!

    • Laney Poye says:

      Hey there, all you have to do is enter the information in the above boxes. That being said, tickets will go on sale on November 10, so stay tuned, as well be sharing out lots of good information via our Facebook page as well as sending out emails!

  9. Chuck Gorney says:

    I retired from Lockheed Martin with a career span of almost 20 years in Louisiana and Mississippi. Hoping to reconnect with old friends at the air show.

    • Laney Poye says:

      Thank you for your service! We appreciate you and all of our military and your continued support of our shows. We know that this one will be one for the books!

      • Shawn says:

        Cant we get some idea on pricing prior to the “on sale” days to make plans with friends and family. Waiting until the last minute is making it a challenge to figure costs.

        • Laney Poye says:

          Hi Shawn, so tickets will go on sale on November 20 for the show which is October 31-November 1, 2019 – so you have almost a whole year to purchase tickets. Typically, we do a 40% discount off of the day-of ticket price for the first 48 hours that tickets go on sale. If you fill out the registration form linked on this page, we’ll even send you an email reminder when tickets go live so you can purchase directly on that day!

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