Get ready for the incredible sights and sounds of the 2nd Annual Breitling Huntington Beach Airshow!
The event is held over the beautiful Pacific Ocean on September 29, 30 and October 1 from approximately12noon to 4pm. Familiarization flights will take place over the city on September 28. Please be aware that you will likely see and hear jet-plane activity from various locations in Huntington Beach and surrounding areas for the duration of the weekend. The noise will be LOUD, please make sure to make accommodations for anyone who may be disturbed, including pets. Do not call 911, unless you have a life threatening emergency.
To receive updates on the Airshow, visit www.hbairshow.com or download the new City of HB app in the Apple or Google Play store. To receive live updates text HBAirshow to 888777. You may also call 714-536-5985 to leave a message for city staff.
Parking will be available on a first come, first served basis around the city. Parking may (and probably will) be difficult to find during the Breitling Huntington Beach Airshow days. Parking will be increased to $30 per day. Hourly rates are available at the Pier Plaza lot and Main Promenade Parking Structure. Yearly and monthly pass holders will not be charged; however, parking cannot be guaranteed.
Delays and queues are expected throughout the city due to the sheer volume of traffic anticipated. Guests are advised to leave early and expect frequent delays or to seek alternative transportation to the show. Limited Uber drivers & Lyft drivers will be available. Biking or walking are suggested for those who live/are staying close.
The complimentary Surf City USA Shuttle City Loop runs to thirteen stops throughout the city. The shuttle runs from 8:30am to 10pm. Plan your trip at https://www.surfcityusa.com/shuttle/
RV camping is available at Sunset Vista Campground. Four night package available for $1,600. SPACE IS LIMITED. **For more information,CONTACT (714) 536-5286
Attachment: 2017 HBAS1701_H 1_11x17_Airshow Poster (1).pdf
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