Frequently Asked Questions
This elegant lifestyle event with exotic cars, private & charter jets – and for 2020 air ambulances, fine food, top shelf spirits, exceptional wines, fine art, live jazz music, where our partners pull together their collective resources to support some very worthwhile charities.
The event is produced with the Jet Center Events team members who have been in the event business for more than a decade, producing some of the finest events in the country, including the Concorso Italiano at Monterey California, the DC Jet Center, Desert Concorso, the AZ Jet Center and many others– all with an eye to exceptional experiences unique to each venue.
Air 7 Hangar at the Camarillo Airport
575 Aviation Drive, Camarillo CA 93010
$300 per person all inclusive - includes entry, valet parking, gourmet food, top shelf beverages and special gift bag to take with you.
TICKET SALES WILL BE CAPPED AT 500 ATTENDEES, so be sure to get yours early.
8-10 unique and rarely seen exotic cars will be on display, not cars you may typically see at a car dealership. While we will release some teasers on which cars, we intentionally do not disclose all the cars so there will be some nice surprises. Past events we have held featured “The worlds most beautiful roadster” winner the Mulholland Speedster, and the first ever produced Alfa Romeo among several very wonderful special cars.
There will be 3 WWII airplanes from the Confederate Air Force Museum, the Wings of Humanity Air Ambulance jet, as well as private luxury jets other special aircraft.
There will be an option to register to ride in one or two of the Confederate historical planes the next day, as well as a Falcon Jet excursion to Devil’s Tower Golf in Wyoming for a terrific get away. Details at the event.
Our host venue for the evening is Air 7 a full service FBO and air charter company at the Camarillo Airport. We are very selective in our corporate partners, and will update the web site frequently as more companies come aboard.
Wings of Humanity is the sole beneficiary organization for this event. They are doing wonderful work “saving children one flight at a time” as they provides free air ambulance services to children unable to pay for urgent medical air transport services.
The Confederate Air Force museum generously will provide a revenue share with Wings of Humanity, and CAF will receive a portion of the proceeds from guests who register to fly the next day in these amazing historic the airplanes.