The 2020 Greater Binghamton Air Show scheduled for July 25th has been postponed until 2021.  The exact date for 2021 has not yet been determined.  Due to the uncertainty of the continued spread of COVID-19 the decision was made to move the Air Show to next year.

In a press release Broome County Executive Jason Garnar said "This was not an easy decision but we feel it was necessary.  The health and safety of our exhibitors, contractors, staff and community is ultimately our priority and we must do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We look forward to bringing the event back to Broome County in 2021."

Mark Heefner, Broome County's Commissioner of Aviation, said "We are certain that the 2021 Airshow will still be spectacular and community partners have already signaled their commitment to next year's event.

 

According to the County Executive many of the event's partners and sponsors have already made a commitment to participate in the 2021 event.  Anyone who has questions pertaining to the postponement can go online to:

 

http://flybgm.com

or

https://binghamtonairport.com/bgmairshow.html

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