Thank you for your interest in Warbirds Over Delaware.
Warbirds Over Delaware runs from Wednesday through Saturday, July
7 - 10, 2021. The pilots start to arrive and setup their displays and RV's starting on Wednesday. Friday and Saturday are our big days for spectators. On these days, most of the pilots will be in attendance. Sunday is a transistion day where most of the pilots and vendors have packed up and left the event. We do not recommend Sunday for spectators.
Department of Health and Covid CDC Guidelines will be enforced
per details provided here.
Face Coverings (for unvaccinated persons) and Social Distancing
(currently 3 feet) are mandatory, at all times.
We are restricted to a maximum of 500 persons at the Flying
Field at any given time. Parking will be limited to first come.
Hand Sanitizing Stations
will be placed around the spectator and pavilion areas.
All parking, subject to
availability, including Spectator Parking will be at the R/C
Flying Field. There will be no Spectator Parking at the Park
Campground, or busing to/from the R/C Flying Field, this year.
All persons visiting the R/C Flying Field during Warbirds
Over Delaware must sign in and provide contact information for
Contact Tracing. Details will be announced at the event.
All tents/canopies must have opposing sides open to aid in
In addition to Covid restrictions, we are subject to Temporary
Flight Restrictions due to VIP travel in the area. We are
hoping that this will not affect our Warbirds Over Delaware
events. We will post updates as needed.
There is no formal schedule of events, with the exception of "Half Time" shows on Friday and Saturday starting around 12:00 Noon. During the Half Time show, special aerial fly-by's, grouped by historical time periods, are performed. Starting with a sky filled with WWI aircraft, then WWII fighters and bombers, to modern day turbine jet fighters.
Spectator Parking for Warbirds Over Delaware 2021 will be at the
R/C Flying Field only. There will be no spectator parking or busing
from the Park Campground. Parking will be subject to availability.
Spectators are soley responsible for either having an
Annual Park Entrance Pass, or a Daily Park Pass on their vehicles.
Daily Entrance Park Passes must be paid by the spectator using the
GREEN Park Daily Entrance Fee Envelopes available at the entrance of
the parking area or available at the Registration Desk at the
Pavilion. Information on Park Entrance Fees are available at
Vehicles with a valid Handicap Tag or Parking placard will be
permitted to park at the R/C Flying Field each day. A drop-off area
is available near the spectator areas.
Hot food will be sold by the Troop 30 Boy Scouts.
Pit passes will be available for purchase for $10.00 per person. Pit passes will allow non-event participants to walk through the pit areas to get a close up view of the scale warbird aircraft and speak to the pilots. Pit passes for children are free but children must be accompanied by an adult.
What to Bring
- Water - water is available for purchase at the event, but the lines may be long and it will be hot.
- Sun Protection - Sun Screen, Hat, Sun Glasses