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Annual Festival Fly-In

Annual Aircraft Show, Fly-In, and Car Show

22nd Annual Bremerton Blackberry Festival Bremerton National Airport (PWT)
Saturday, September 1, 2018 - 9:00am - 3:00pm

Sponsored by the Bremerton Pilots Association and the Port of Bremerton
While held in conjunction with the Blackberry Festival, the airport events are not official Blackberry Festival events.

All events are free to the public!

Catch the shuttle from the Blackberry Festival and head out to the airport for an airplane and classic car show at the Bremerton National Airport!


Free flights are available for children ages 8-17 through the EAA “Young Eagles” program. The mission of the "Young Eagles" program is to introduce and inspire kids in the world of aviation. Flights will last about 15 minutes – depending on weather. Sign-up for this opportunity is on-site the day of the event.


The public is invited to come and check-out aircraft from around the region at the annual Blackberry Festival Aircraft Show / Fly-In!  Aircraft judging will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There is no entry fee. Certificates will be awarded for best aircraft in the following categories: antique, classic, contemporary, homebuilt and war bird. An award will also be given for the pilot/plan who flew the farthest for the show.


The Early Irons Northwest Car Club are hosting a classic cars show on the ramp near the Airport Diner. The West Sound Military Vehicle Preservation Club will aso display their WWII vehicles and equipment at their open encampment at the airport.


The Northwest BeechBoys Formation Team will be conducting formation flight demonstrations over the downtown boardwalk starting shortly after noon, followed by another demonstration over airport.


Catch the shuttle from the Festival to and from the airport from the upper level of the Bremerton Transportation Center. Cost is $2 per person each way.

For questions about the car show, contact Doug at 360-710-3481. For questions about the aircraft show or Young Eagle flights, contact Jim Posner at 415-990-0664.