To expedite the search and screen process, it is recommended that you keep your ID and personal items organized with the following:
We ask for your cooperation in keeping potentially dangerous items safely outside the base. ALL bags will be quickly inspected and all individuals are subject to search prior to entering the airshow flight line. If you elect not to return these items to your vehicle and choose to leave them at the security check point we will not be responsible for the return of the item. These measures are being taken to ensure everyone's safety.
Come prepared for an amazing time at the show! We recommend bringing a pack equipped with the following:
Pay Attention - Watch where you are walking. Trip hazards are everywhere. Stay aware of your surroundings and watch for moving vehicles.
Drink Water - Stay hydrated. Water will be available throughout the Airshow area. Refreshments are normally available but you may bring a water bottle to fill from our free water stations. If you are drinking alcohol, please drink in moderation as alcohol can cause dehydration. Do not relay on sugary drinks for hydration.
Plan For Noise - Jets can make a lot of noise so we strongly suggest you bring earplugs or ear protection especially for the little ones.
Smoke In Designated Areas - Please smoke in designated areas only. Anyone smoking outside of the designated areas will be directed to the smoking areas.
Plan Ahead - Do find out where you can get medical aid or seek assistance if you need it. If you are in a group and you get separated, where will you meet? If you have children with you make sure they know how to get help if they get lost.
A: No, the clear bags are RECOMMENDED for an expedited search and screen process at the entrances of the show. Any bags that are not clear must adhere to the 8.5x11 inch limit, and ALL bags will be searched for prohibited items.
A: This year, our Military Police Team is searching and screening EVERY patron upon entry to the Yuma Airshow. We recommend bringing a clear bag for faster screening, but it is not required. A Valid Government Issued ID is required, such as a Driver's License or Federal Government ID. If you are a foreign national, please bring your passport for identification.
A: No, you may not bring food. You are allowed to bring a water bottle with you.
A: You are free to come and go between the Scheduled Airshow times. Please note that there will be heavy traffic to come aboard MCAS Yuma on Airshow day.
A: Yes, we want you to be comfortable as you watch the entertainment.*
A: Yes, there will be a fun zone for the kids and many sponsors will have interactive booths in the Vendor Village*
A: No, only service animals will be permitted. Please do not leave your animals in parking lot or in your vehicles, we will ask you to take them back to your residence, and we do not want you to lose your spot in line.
A: Yes, there will be facilities available.
A: Yes, ATM's will be located in the spectator areas.
A: The ticket booth for VIP seating will be located near the Grandstand Seating area.*
A: The first aid station is located near the Fun Zone.*
A: Yes, there will several water stations available throughout the event. We recommend you bring an empty bottle to fill up.
A: In any emergency situation, we ask that you stay calm and dial 9-1-1.
*subject to change without notice.
A: Yes! Please join us on March 13th for the Twilight Show for 2021. Sign up for our Email List to receive information early! In order to attend the Twilight Show, please download the Twilight Show Parking Pass, which is REQUIRED to attend. One pass per vehicle, first come first served, one pass per order.
A: No, there is free parking available, and there is handicap parking in all of the parking areas. You may purchase premium parking as a convenience. As you enter the parking areas, please make sure your handicap sign is visible for the parking attendant to see, or inform the parking attendant as you enter the base that you require handicap parking. All parking areas will have ADA shuttles for handicap patrons.
A: Yes, as long as your vehicle is currently registered and insured. Vehicle may be subject to search.
For the Twilight show, however, you must also have one of the limited parking passes available to access base on March 13th, 2021.
A: No, unfortunately, due to space and parking locations, MCAS Yuma will not accommodate Recreational Vehicles.