Sunday 24 February 2019

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Gates Open 8am to 5pm

Airshow Programme 10.30am to 4.30pm

Sunday is traditionally less hectic than Saturday but has a similar outstanding flying programme but no night show.

Gates open at 8am Sunday morning with  flying commencing at around 10.30am and culminating with an outstanding finale at  4.30pm

GA Options

  • Adult $60
  • Child $15
  • Family $135 (2 adults and 3 children)

Silver Pass Options

  • Adult $105
  • Child $105

Gold Pass Options

  • Adult $175
  • Child $175

Please note that the Sunday pass DOES NOT include the Saturday Night Show but you can purchase a Night Show Pass here.

We look forward to celebrating 20 years of WOW with you. WOW is unlike any other aviation event - the Wairarapa scenery provides a stunning backdrop to an extravaganza of aerial action over three days. 

The Vintage Aviator Hood Aerodrome based aircraft collection is without doubt the largest flying collection of flying WWI aircraft in the world. Many of these aircraft will not been seen outside of Hood Aerodrome in Masterton. This collection will feature prominently in the flying programme on Sunday. 

UK glider Team Airborne Pyrotechnics are the headline act for WOW 2019. They will perform both a day routine on Sunday as well as being the headline act for the Saturday Night Show. 

We will also feature civil, military and agricultural aircraft, gyrocopters and helicopters.

As in past shows The Royal New Zealand Air Force will feature with a significant section of each days flying. This will include the T-6C Texan II, C130, A109, NH90, P3 Orion and Boeing 757. The highlight of their show will as always be the display by The Royal New Zealand Air Force Black Falcons aerobatic team.

Static displays include the opportunity to get up close with aircraft, emergency services displays, delicious food and wine and market stalls.