Viewing of the Fort Lauderdale Air Show is permitted in a limited area on the eastern perimeter of the United States Coast Guard Safety Zone. The eastern perimeter extends 14,000 feet parallel with the flight path of the performing aircraft and is approximately one mile away. The depth along the eastern perimeter is approximately 50 feet. No anchoring, hovering or idling of boats or watercraft will be permitted to the North or South of the Coast Guard Safety Zone. Coast Guard, Broward County Sheriff and Fort Lauderdale Police will be patrolling the perimeter of the Coast Guard Safety Zone and will be strictly enforcing these guidelines and regulations.
The interactive Google Map above provides detailed information and GPS coordinates on the location of the four corners of the Coast Guard Safety Zone. You can click on the icons and corner marker points to display more information about them. Click on the upper right icon to bring the map full screen.
The 2016 Fort Lauderdale Air Show will feature three jet demonstration teams!
For the first time in North America in nearly a decade, teams from three nations will gather together and perform at the same event. The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will be joined by the Canadian Air Force Snowbirds and the Breitling Jet Team from France in a grand international aviation spectacle over the surf and sand of Fort Lauderdale Beach! The Fort Lauderdale Air Show will be the first civilian air show in history to feature the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter. For the latest updates on performer announcements follow their Facebook Page