This section of the ICAS website addresses issues related to air show logistics and includes sub-categories devoted to hotel accommodations, waste management, sound systems, parking and traffic, transportation, ticketing/admission, air show planning timelines, and miscellaneous checklists.
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This is the Logistics chapter from the 2012 MCAS Cherry Point Air Show Manual.
Air Shows Business Basics - Logistics
(Power point presentation from the break-out education session conducted at the 2008 ICAS Convention.) There is a significant amount of both art and science to air show logistics. Months of planning must produce near-perfect execution on a single weekend each year. In this session, we’ll talk about the challenges and solutions of site set-up, static lay-out, portable toilets, trash management, parking and traffic, communications and seating.
Grounds and Facilities Checklist, ICAS Air Show Manual
Grounds and facilities checklist from the ICAS Air Show Manual
Discussion and Information on Smoke Oil (2003, 3Q)
Most performers specify a brand and grade of smoke oil proven for health and safety, and for their type of display. Yet many are asked to swap their other oils before showtime, a situation that can have dangerous consequences.
Increased Use of Jumbo Screens at Air Shows (2002, 4Q)
They're not just for concerts and sporting events anymore. Jumbo screens have the potential to bring air shows to ground level, enhancing the experience for your fans, giving quality impressions to your sponsors and much more. Learn why the use of jumbo screens are gaining momentum at air shows.
Organizing and Conducting an Air Show on the Shoreline (2002, 2Q)
Planting your fans' toes on the sand rather than your tarmac can loosen the ties of traditional formats.
Night Shows (2000, 2Q)
Lighting Up the Night: A Look at Night Shows (2000, 2Q)
Generator Policy for Concessions Vendors, Sample
This document provides event organizers with a sample of a policy statement on what the air show expects from concessions vendors using gas-powered generators during the air show.