The CF-18 Demonstration Team will return to the North American 2017 air show season with Captain Matthew Kutryk and his specially painted CF-18 Hornet commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation. This show is the ultimate in terms of speed and power!
The Canadian Forces Snowbirds (431 Air Demonstration Squadron) is a Canadian icon comprised of serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces. Their pilots and technicians work as a team to bring thrilling performances to the North American public. Serving as Canadian ambassadors, the Snowbirds demonstrate the Skill, Professionalism and Teamwork inherent in the women and men of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) and the Canadian Armed Forces.
In the sping of 2014, Aviation MH Inc. bought its 2nd aerobatics plane, in the unlimited category! As the first, it is a 2-seater in the tandem position. It is more advanced and capable of much more extreme flight. Flying under +6/-3G, the Martin Hivon airshow will undoubtedly impress you!
Dan’s show features the Ultimate 10-200 Biplane. Designed by Gordon Price, the Ultimate is a unique biplane. It’s four, full span ailerons provide a 400 degree per second roll rate. It also utilizes an aileron/elevator interconnect system that produces unique low speed flight characteristics. Dan enters his maneuvers at speeds of up to 400km/h. Stressed for +/- 10 Gs, Dan operates the airplane at G loads of up to plus 7 and minus 6 G’s.
Gordon Price is not only a pilot but also a creator. During his career, the list of planes he has piloted is dizzying. He is the first Western to have flown the YAK-50 following the invitation of Russia. He is the inventor of the Ultimate, which is a version of the Pitts whose wing was modified to increase the roll rate to 360 ° / second. Today, he flies the YAK-50 SN-01.
Manfred Radius began his career as a glider pilot in 1961 at age 17, recording thousands of flight hours in at least 60 different types of gliders. He has participated in several competitions around the world including the first edition of the World Aerobatic Glider Championships. He is known for having introduced a high level of skill, control and performance atin air shows in North America.
The Yak Attack Team is composed of 4 highly experienced aerobatic pilots with various backgrounds (2 Canadians, 2 Americans). The team performs at air shows since 2008 and the diversity of airplanes they fly is quite impressive.