Visitors are welcome on Saturday and Sunday, via Gate 5 (Drongengoedweg)!

How you can reach the Wings and Wheels event, you will find that on this page!
As for visitor, as for Wheels, and for the fair, you can find your specific entrance below.

When you are arriving closer and closer to the Wings and Wheels domain, be sure to follow the road signs!

Entrances

The event has multiple entrances, each for their specific use:

  • Gate 5:
    • Visitors
    • Oldtimers
  • Gate 1:
    • Main Entrance
    • Wheels & Re-Enactment
    • Campsite
  • Gate 4:
    • Fair

By Car

You can reach the Wings and Wheels domain by car, using the following information:

Coming from the E40 Ostend - Brussels, you need to take Exit 11 Aalter. At the roundabout, follow the directions to Maldegem (on the N44).
About 6 km further, at the crossroads with road lights and near to Knesselare, you will need to turn right at the OCTA petrol station. 

Examples of road signs below will help you get to the several entrances:

Wegwijzer Algemeen
Wegwijzer Oltimer Drive-In
Wegwijzer Beurs & Wheels

Public Transport

By train: There is a train station in Aalter.
Bus: Busstop Drongengoedweg. Warning! Weekend schedules are different!

All information via De Lijn of NMBS.

  • 63: Knesselare (Ursel) - Beernem - Brugge
  • 64: Eeklo Station - Aalter Markt
  • 185: Belbus

General Guidelines

The airfield may look like an abandoned motorway, but it is not. Please adhere to the speed limit.
There are a few thousand visitors to this weekend and they all want to return home safely.
Follow the guidelines of the parking staff. Wrongly parked vehicles are towed at the expense of the offender.

A demarcated zone at the end of the car park for visitors is reserved for the disabled, cyclists and motorcyclists.

From the parking lot a nostalgic bus shuttle will take you to the entrance. (http://www.nostalbus.be)

The parking for the visitors is free.
This will be closed from Sunday 3:00 am to 8:30 am.
During the closing hours, vehicles may no longer be on this parking lot. Abandoned vehicles (as well as mobile homes) are towed at the expense of the offender.