Check out GREAT displays on the ground!

From veterans recounting their times in the military, to interactive displays.

There's something new for everyone of every age to learn and enjoy!

Marines Enhanced Marketing Vehicle which contains our simulated rifle range and our flight simulator. 

Performer Meet-and-Greet

After each performance, feel free to meet,  talk, and take photos with show pilots.

War Birds & Vintage Aircraft


Come and meet World War II veteran and Tuskegee Airman Eugene Richardson, a member of the legendary group of Black aviators who made history with their exploits which led to the integration of the U.S. Armed Forces.

Paramotors represent the “irregular” side of aviation. The minimal restrictions allow pilots to explore in one of the most free forms of flight

History of Greenwood Lake’s 'Connie'  

In 1976, Frank Lembo Enterprises (owner of the Greenwood Lake Airport) bought the Connie for $45,000, intending to use her as a restaurant & lounge. By 1981, the interior had been completed, a stairway built and large doorways cut into the fuselage, port front, and starboard-rear. The restaurant was unsuccessful, but the Connie has since been used as a pilot shop, a flight school office, and display aircraft.

For more history, photos, and a video of the famed Connie landing at the Greenwood Lake Airport, go to: