We would like to welcome our special guests to our show

Jim Kelly renowned author

Click here to read Jim's story

Betty Bishop

Betty worked for Bell Aircraft during WWII assembling The P-39 Air Cobra  and P-63 King Cobra .  We will be show casing the P-63 at the show this year.

Click here to read Betty's story

Les Cruise

Les  participated in the D-Day landing as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne

Click here to read Les's story

Christian  Kieffer

Creator of Warbird Pinup Girls

Click here to read Christian's Story

 Hugh E. Irvin, Capt. USMCR Retired Reserve 

Click Here to Read Capt. Irvin's Story

Flying into the Show

Flying into the Show?


All performing, static and general aviation aircraft flying in for the show must pre-register.  Please click on the link below to register your aircraft.

All General Aviation aircraft are welcome!

There are 25 General Aviation aircraft spots available and admission is free.

All aircraft flying in must be on the ground prior to 9:30 A.M. the day of the airshow and will not be able to leave prior to 4:30 P.M.

Please read all NOTAMs and TFR's.

Aircraft Registration Form


Become a Sponsor

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Camp on Site!

Click on the image for information about camping on-site for our airshow event.

Become a Volunteer

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For Immediate Release

The National Warplane Museum announces the kickoff of their 38th annual airshow

NWM Press Release (pdf)


2018 Geneseo Airshow Artwork

Look for Posters, Flyers, Activeware with our artwork..

Airshow Weekend Activities

We have acitivities before during and after the show for Adults and Children of all ages

Click here for Details

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Statement on the incident at the Geneseo Airshow

Deputies, along with Geneseo Fire and Livingston County EMS are on scene at the Geneseo Airport for a plane incident with injuries. There is no cause for alarm and all three patients have been transported with preliminary reports of non life-threatening injuries. The Livingston County Sheriff's Office, the FAA and NTSB are investigating the cause of the incident. The airshow will continue as planned for the remainder of the weekend with no change in activities. This incident occurred during an after airshow activity and was not a part of the airshow. The plane involved was a Cessna CAP plane.

 7/14/18 9:00PM UPDATE: The Sheriff's office has met with all three occupants of the plane at Strong Memorial Hospital. Statements were secured from all three. The 65YO M pilot sustained a broken back, but is stable and alert. Two CAP Cadets passengers in the plane, a 14YO & 15YO, appear to have bumps and bruises only. The parents of the two juveniles are at Strong Memorial Hospital and the Sheriff's investigator has spoken with them.