June 22nd - 23rd, 2024

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Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington

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FEATURING THE A-10 Demo Team, KC-135 Demo, C-17 Demo Team & MORE!

Fairchild Skyfest 2024

Fairchild Skyfest 2024 promises to be a fun-filled weekend packed with heart-pounding air performances and family-friendly activities. You don't want to miss the farewell tour of the A-10 Demo Team. Other acts featuring KC-135 Demo, C-17 Demo Team and many more highlighting the unmatched air power we bring to the skies.

Admission is free! Upgrade your air show experience with Premium Seating, perfect for families, employees, or clients!  Enjoy the flight line with an unmatched experience offering a catered premier tent. Be sure to check every page so that you don't miss a minute of fun!

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Free admission, free parking. Optional Premium Box Seats & Flight Line Club Seating available for purchase!

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On August 6, 1924, the 116th Observation Squadron, began operations at Felts Field in the Spokane Valley. The 116th is one of the oldest National Guard flying units in the United States.
On August 6, 1924, the 116th Observation Squadron, began operations at Felts Field in the Spokane Valley. The 116th is one of the oldest National Guard flying units in the United States.

Celebrating 100 Years of the Air Power in Spokane!

Fairchild Air Force Base is proud to recognize the 100th anniversary milestone of Washington’s Air National Guard 141st Air Refueling Wing.

Looking back to early 1924, a General for the National Guard was traveling through Spokane. He made an off-handed comment to the city fathers, “I’m making an offer to Spokane, Seattle or Tacoma. Whichever city, can raise 10,000 dollars first to build plane hangars, will receive an Air National Guard Squadron.”

As the General's train pulled out of the station and approached Spokane city limits, a telegraph wire was received, "The $10,000 has been raised. We want the squadron."

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