2020 Airshows Cancelled

Look for the 2021 schedule soon.  Updated as of September 10, 2020

Unfortunately, due to the safety concerns for the public due to COVID, all of the airshows scheduled for 2020 have been cancelled.

Please look for the 2021 Airshow schedule due out soon.


Mar 12-15 MCAS Yuma Airshow: Cancelled

Mar 13-15 NAF El Centro Airshow: Cancelled

Mar 20-22 LUKE AFB Airshow: Cancelled

March 20-22 LA County Airshow: Cancelled

Mar 26-29 March Field Air Expo: Cancelled

May 1-3 Planes of Fame Airshow: Cancelled

May 7-11 Beale AFB Airshow: Cancelled

May 29-31 HGR 24 Airfest: Cancelled

June 27-28 Hill AFB, UT: Cancelled

July 25-26 Ellsworth AFB, SD:  Cancelled

Aug 8 Heber City CAF: Cancelled

Aug 15-16 Camarillo Airshow, Cancelled

Sept 18-20 Great Pacific Airshow: Cancelled

Sept 26-27 MCAS Miramar: Cancelled

Oct 2-3 Prescott, AZ: Cancelled

Oct 3-4 CCA Sacramento: Cancelled

Oct 3-4 PT Mugu Airshow:  Cancelled

Oct 3-4 Minden, NV: Cancelled

Oct 9-11 Edwards AFB: Cancelled

Oct 17-18 Santa Maria: Cancelled

Nov 7-8 SBD Fest: Cancelled


2020-11-28T18:50:39-07:00April 17th, 2019|News|

Air & Space Article

We thought you’d enjoy reading a current article about Camarillo Airport (CMA) on the current edition of Air & Space Magazine at – The Commemorative Air Force Southern California Wing is featured front and center, and we think that’s great! 

Here is an excerpt:

“Flying into Camarillo, as I do often in my 55-year-old Piper Cherokee, is like touching down at Disneyland—if Disneyland were wholly dedicated to general aviation. It’s not uncommon to find yourself cleared to land behind a restored World War II fighter, a home-built kitplane, a multi-million-dollar executive jet, a Cessna trainer with a young student behind the yoke, or some vaguely confused guy driving a Beech Bonanza who sounds over the radio like he’s never talked to air traffic control in his life.

Any aviation-minded person who questions the existence of nirvana on Earth has never spent a day at Camarillo (CMA).”

Read more at:

2019-12-10T20:31:10-07:00November 22nd, 2019|News|

Bud Anderson – P-51 Triple Ace signs Man O’War

This year at the Truckee Air Show we were fortunate to have triple ace Clarence “Bud” Anderson come visit with us.  Some quick thinking on the part of Tom Newhard, Bud actually signed the ammo access hatch on Man O’War.  Pretty cool!

More info on Bud can be found on his website here:

Here are some photos taken by Mark Loper who gave us permission to share


2019-08-24T13:26:52-07:00August 24th, 2019|News|
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