Photo Pit

The Photo Pit offers an incredible spot to get that perfect shot. The Photo Pit is forward of the crowd line offering a totally unobstructed view of the flight line! Perfect for seasoned or amateur photographers, the Photo Pit allows you to get close-up shots all day long and offers amenities to make your day... View Article


The Photo Pit offers an incredible spot to get that perfect shot. The Photo Pit is forward of the crowd line offering a totally unobstructed view of the flight line! Perfect for seasoned or amateur photographers, the Photo Pit allows you to get close-up shots all day long and offers amenities to make your day more enjoyable

 

Purchase now at Advance Sale Price of $105/day

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The Photo Pit is located in a restricted access area outside of the crowd line that provides an unobstructed view of the aircraft in the air. A VIP parking permit is included with every Photo Pit Purchase. Availability is limited to 50 people per day for the Photo Pit. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are not available at the gate.  The photo pit will include a small tented area with seating, water and pre-packaged snacks.  A private portable restroom will also be in the Photo Pit exclusively for that area.

 


    • ATL Air Show says:

      Hey John – no – the VIP Flight Line Club area is a different ticket than the Photo Pit. If you’d like to switch ticket types, please feel free to reach out to our Box Office Support team via phone at 877.766.8158.

    • ATL Air Show says:

      Hey James, we do allow tripods, we just ask that guests be courteous to others and comply with security or volunteer management when asked to shift locations. The Photo Pit is specifically designed and ticketed so that it does not become overcrowded and gives our guests the best possible photographic opportunities. It’s the best bet for professional or higher-level amateur photographers looking to avoid the crowds and get the best shots.

    • ATL Air Show says:

      Tickets are valid for one-day entry only and are specific to the date for which they are purchased (Saturday or Sunday). The practice day is not open to the public.

  1. David Shively says:

    Two questions:

    1. Will tripods be allowed in the photo pit? Any other restrictions?

    2. If it’s pouring rain on the day I pick and nothing is flying, will I get a refund?

    Thanks!!

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