Princeton Air Show featured acts confirmed

Now entering its fourth year, the Princeton Air Show is excited to confirm this year’s featured acts for the Saturday, July 16 show.

Photo is of John Mrazek Airshow's Harvard and Delfin in formation.

Photo is of John Mrazek Airshow's Harvard and Delfin in formation.

Featured, and new to the air show, will be several aerobatics teams including: Team Rocket, Blender Airshows and John Mrazek Airshows. Each of these aerobatic groups brings a unique and exciting routine ‐ from the highly modified Rocket aerobatic planes flown by Team Rocket to the aerobatics

purpose built Pitts Special biplane flown by Ron Andrew of Blender Airshows, spectators this year will be thrilled.

In addition to John Mrazek flying his Second World War Harvard trainer in a spectacular aerial ballet, he will also be bringing his jet trainer the Delphin L29. The Delphin L29 is a military jet trainer that became the standard air force trainer for eastern block countries in the 1960s and was used actively until the early

1980s.

Vintage aircraft will be coming from the Canadian Museum of Flight and the Historic Flight Foundation along with a number of private vintage aircraft. All of these will be part of the static display that the audience will be able to get up close to.

The Princeton Air Show has re‐launched its website at www.princetonairshow.ca with information on all of the performers, static displays and general information for the public. If you are interested in keeping up to date with the show over the next months, make sure you check out the Princeton Air Show Facebook page.

All of our featured aircraft, along with Air Force and general aviation aircraft are participating in our static displays, providing the public with an up close look at vintage and modern planes. Children’s activities, food vendors, souvenirs and much more are part of the July 16 air show.

 

Gates open off of Airport Road at 9:45 a.m. Saturday, July 16 and admission is only $5 with children 5 and under free.

 

 

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