Wings Over Dallas WWII Airshow returns to Dallas through their annual interactive event, presented by the Commemorative Air Force (CAF). The WWII airshow will feature flying demonstrations, battle reenactments, veteran appearances, living history encampments, hands-on family and educational activities, aircraft rides, cockpit tours, and more. 

The headquarters of the CAF is located in Dallas. CAF members live in every state and 28 foreign countries. Many members from various states and countries come together to foster camaraderie and, in many cases, actively support one or more of the classic military aircraft operated by the CAF. 

The Wings Over Dallas WWII Airshow, one of the area’s largest airshows, will return after a one-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will take place October 29-31 at Dallas Executive Airport. More than 40 World War II-era aircraft are expected to participate in the airshow. This year’s theme, “Texas Goes to War,” will highlight the Lone Star State’s significant contributions to support America’s victories throughout history. 

In a statement, Hank Coats, CAF President, and CEO explained: “We’re thrilled that Wings Over Dallas will be back this fall! Since we did not have the show last year due to the COVID pandemic, this year, our returning guests will notice the new Henry B. Tippie National Aviation Education Center, the CAF’s 47,000 square foot facility that serves as a hub for our national educational outreach programs.” 

Tickets are on sale for CAF Wings Over Dallas here: