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Spring 2018

Did you know that
since 2006 the show
has donated more
than $700,000 to more
than 60 nonprofit

About Us

The Bell Fort Worth Alliance Air Show is coordinated by Alliance Air Productions, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. The show is held annually at Fort Worth Alliance Airport. Fort Worth Alliance Airport anchors the 18,000-acre AllianceTexas development, developed by Hillwood.

The Bell Fort Worth Alliance Air Show has become one of the top civilian air shows in the nation. Alliance Air Productions is proud to have earned recognition from the following:

· 2016  Hermes Creative Platinum Award Recipient for Consumer Engagement  

· 2016  Pinnacle Gold Recipient of Outstanding Community Engagement - International Council of Air Shows (ICAS)

· 2014  Pinnacle Gold Recipient of Support Service Provider - International Council of Air Shows (ICAS)

· 2012 2nd Place Event Poster - International Council of Air Shows (ICAS)

· 2012 3rd Place Commercial Newspaper Ad -ICAS

· 2012 3rd Place Commercial Television Ad -ICAS

· 2012 3rd Place Event Website - ICAS

· 2011 3rd Place Best Overall Air Show Marketing Plan - ICAS

· 2011 Site- ICAS Air Show Academy

· 2010 Site- ICAS Air Boss Academy

· 2010 3rd Place Best Overall Air Show Marketing Plan- ICAS

· 2009 Silver Recipient of Addy Award

· 2008 1st Place Event Website, Large Show- ICAS

· 2006 3rd Place Commercial Television Ad- ICAS

For questions on the Bell Fort Worth Alliance Air Show, please see our list of Frequently Asked Questions 

Our History

Founded in 1993, the Alliance Air Show was known as the Fort Worth International Air Show and was produced the Aviation Heritage Association, a nonprofit organization. The Aviation Heritage Association was under contract with the City of Fort Worth to conduct the air show for the local North Texas Community. The mission of the Heritage Association was to dedicate funds to building the Aviation Heritage Museum and Educational Training Center.

The Fort Worth International Air Show, held at Fort Worth Alliance Airport, entertained thousands of people and was supported by numerous volunteers. During this time, staff members at Alliance Air Management, Dba Alliance Air Services supported this event by coordinating static aircraft and ramp logistics.

In December of 2005, the Aviation Heritage Association elected to get out of the air show business. The City of Fort Worth approached Alliance Air Services, to continue the production of the air show for the North Texas community. In 2006, Alliance Air Services created a nonprofit organization called Alliance Air Productions to produce what is now called, the Bell Fort Worth Alliance Air Show.