As most of you know, weather in the Maritimes can be highly unpredictable. When it comes to purchasing tickets, please don't rely on the weather forecast to help you make up your mind. In our experience, the forecast is not always reliable for both good and bad weather, despite the best efforts of meteorologists. Weather forecasting is a very challenging job - but how many times have you seen a forecast that was completely wrong? For example, just because there is rain in the forecast, does not mean it is going to rain; and even if it does rain, does not necessarily mean there will be no flying.
Even inclement weather, unless severe, will NOT cancel the Show. You should know that virtually all performers have "high", "low" and "flat" routines that can safely accommodate different types of weather.
The Air Show is a rain-or-shine event - there are a number of displays on the ground for you to enjoy, both in terms of visiting aircraft, as well as businesses and organizations from around the region.
Be sure to listen to the local radio stations on the weekend if you are not sure about the weather, as we generally try to get the word out to them if anything in the current conditions look questionable.
As a matter of rule, there are NO REFUNDS.
While we regret the inconvenience caused by these circumstances, the Nova Scotia International Air Show Association cannot be held responsible for any cost or damage the postponement or cancellation of this event may incur. Ticket holders assume all risk and danger incidental to the event for which their ticket is issued whether occurring prior to, during or after the same. The Nova Scotia International Air Show Association cannot be held responsible or liable for injuries, loss or damages incurred by patrons while attending these events.
All patrons purchasing tickets from the Nova Scotia International Air Show Association must do so in the light of the above limitations.