After Successful Return, Wings Over Flint Will Be Back
After a 30-year absence, Flint's Bishop International Airport brought excitement to the skies with a successful return this summer and they promise more to come.
The return of the famous Flint airshow we all grew up loving was such a success that airport officials have promised they'll be back with more high-flying aviation actions. The Wings Over Flint Air Show was such a mega success, that airshow organizers have already put the wheels in motion for the next show.
According to a press release, Wings Over Flint Air Show will be taking to the skies again for the summer of 2026.
“The show would not have been possible without the outpouring of support from all of Mid-Michigan,” said Nino Sapone, CEO at Flint Bishop Airport. “We are incredibly grateful and will forever be thankful for the help we received from every corner of the community.”
This year's big return 2-day event was held in June and was the first air show at Flint't Bishop International Airport since 1990. Flint held air shows at the airport annually from 1974 until 1990. The only year the show was dormant was 1983. Since then the skies have been quiet above Flint when it comes to summer entertainment.
This year's event drew some 10,000 people over the weekend and included performances by the US Army Golden Knights Parachute Team, Scream N Rebels SNJ/T-6 Team, and The Czech-Mate Jet Team just to name a few.
As of now, there are no confirmed details released for Wings Over Flint 2026, but we will be sure to keep you updated as information is available.