Frontiers In Flight: Parking Map & Directions
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Coming From North Rock Road:
Drive south on Rock Road. After Pawnee, enter the right lane and volunteers will direct you to park either on Cessna fields (Google Map) or on to base parking through the main gate (Map).
Coming from South Rock Road:
Drive north on Rock Road. After 47th street, there will be signs for Air Show Parking. There will be volunteers directing you to enter at the main gate (Map).
Coming from West Pawnee:
Drive east on Pawnee. After Woodlawn, there will be signs and volunteers directing you to park on the Cessna field (Map). Follow the cones.
Coming from East Pawnee:
Drive west on Pawnee. Turn left on Rock Road and enter the right lane where volunteers will direct you to Cessna field (Map) or on-base parking through the main gate (Map).
What Should I Bring?
Here's a handy guide to what you can bring to the Air Show as well as some suggestions to make your day at McConnell more comfortable.
For Food/Vendor Purchases
For Medical Needs
Suggestions to Pack
Weapons of any kind
Alcohol, illegal drugs
Toys that resemble firearms
Large Portable Sun Protection
Spray paint/Silly string
Wheeled recreational devices
Walkie-talkies, HAM radios, scanners
Drones or radio-controlled aircraft
Animals or Pets
LOST CHILD KIOSK
Let us help you find your little one
Parents & Guardians - Don't Fret! The Air Show is a big place, but we're here to help.
Safety Step 1: Grab a wristband for each child at any of the three main flight line entrance points and be sure to add your phone number on the band. This will help us locate you!
Military & Family Readiness has an RV set up near the STEM & Kid Zone to keep your kids safe. If you find a lost child or you've lost track of yours, please come find our staff at the RV and we'll do our best to help you sort it out!
NOTE: We will also have a nursing and changing station. We will also have a lost & found for any items misplaced during the Air Show. Please check here if you've lost something other than a child, too!
Let's have some Air Show fun!
Come play on the flight line! So, you've seen the static displays, you've gotten your snacks from the concession stands, and you've walked what feels like 500 miles. Before you walk 500 more, swing by the Kid Zone and let the littles work off some extra energy!
We've got turbo tubs, ladder climb, an inflatable slide, temporary tattoos, fun party hair, and a Lego station! We'll be open throughout the Air Show, so plan to take a break with us!
Come find us at the North end of the flight line near the STEM hangar and the Lost Child Trailer!
The sky will be buzzing with activity as our military and civilian air acts show off their piloting prowess, but the flight line will also be filled with some impressive aircraft from the Air Force, Army, and civilians. Take a tour and check them out on Sept 24 & 25!
Frontiers in Flight 2022
Keep in mind that any number of things can affect fly-ins on or before the show date, so this list may be subject to change prior to Sept. 24.
- Dream Lifter
- KC- 46s
- Bombardier Global 7500
- A-26 "Lady Liberty"
- Army helicopters (Chinook, Blackhawk, Apache)
- Humvees & MRAPs tanks
- T-1, T-6, T-38
- Textron T-6
- War Birds
- 1940s Stearmans
- 1941 Stinson
- C-150 JPAGS
- Cessna o-2B "SNOOPY"
And 20 other General aviation aircraft
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