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Canada's icons of the air, the Canadian Forces Snowbirds will perform their dazzling display of high-speed, formation aerobatics, leaving you glowing with patriotic pride!
Showcasing the pinnacle of the Royal Canadian Air Force's assets, the CF-18 jet’s unbelievable manoeuvrability, combat capabilities and overall sky-power will thrill the crowd-favourite with its tactical demo. Featuring a paint scheme in honour of Canada 150!
Turn up the ROAR! The sound of vintage aircraft evokes emotion like nothing else flying in the skies.
Performing precision aerial manoeuvres to demonstrate the unique capabilities of the world's only operational fifth-generation fighter aircraft. The F-22 will also team up with the P-51 Mustang to bring an amazing heritage flight show.
Honourary Canadian and CIAS favourite is back! You haven’t seen civilian aerobatics until you’ve watched Mike swoop, soar, dive, roll and loop through the airbox. This master air show pilot stuns fans with his awe-inspiring, gasp-inducing spectacle that will leave you literally cheering for more.
*Photo by Andy Cline
This ruggedly constructed bi-plane has been used as a training aircraft since the 1930's and due to its tough exterior and useful tandem cockpit, the Stearman has outlasted many aircraft.
The CH-146 Griffon is a Utility Tactical Transport Helicopter (UTTH) that has been in service since 1995. Used as an aircraft for training, reconnaissance, and search and rescue missions, the Griffon plays a key role in humanitarian relief operations.
Tight formations and jaw-dropping aerobatic manoeuvres will illustrate the precision and capability of both pilot and aircraft!
Gord is glad to back from after a decades long sabbatical from aerobatic flying. Flying the prototype YAK 50, the only YAK 50 registered in Canada, this aircraft was designed as a graceful aerobat with plenty of power. From the flat spin to the long straight lines and spectacular outside snap rolls, Gord will surely make you say, "Dam!"
Having trained some of Canada’s most renowned pilots, the Royal Canadian Air Cadet League is still one of the country’s largest youth organizations. Displaying the aircraft used in their cadet flight training program, the Bellanca Scout Tow-Plane and Schweizer SGS 2-33 Glider have inspired thousands of Canadian pilots to get their wings, including our national Astronaut hero, Commander (ret’d) Chris Hadfield.
This American two-seat dual-con monoplane was added to the fleet of Glasair's amateur construction range. It is an improved variety from the Glasair II, is incredibly comfortable for cross-country flying, and to quote Bill, "is a delight to fly".
*Photo by CHRIS LUVARA
S-58T Commercial conversion to turboshaft power using Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T-3 Twin-Pac turboshaft with special nose cowling featuring distinctive twin rectangular air intakes, designations relate to original model.