Code Four’s Pacific Airshow will return to Huntington Beach this fall for three days of aviation demonstrations and performances.
The show will take place from September 29 to October 1 and will feature the F-22 Raptor Demonstration team for the first time. Viewing areas will be expanded this year and new ticketing options will be added, according to officials.
The Pacific Airshow team also announced that it plans to remain in Surf City indefinitely. The event provides a $120 million annual economic benefit to the city, according to city officials.
“Our mission is clear, to set the city of Huntington Beach back on a path to success, and part of that success comes from the immense economic and marketing benefit that Pacific Airshow brings to our city,” Mayor Tony Strickland said.
The show was acquired by events firm Code Four in 2016 and typically gathers up to 3 million people in attendance each year.