Canadian Forces Snowbirds

You can’t have an air show without the¬†world famous¬†Canadian Forces Snowbirds! The Canadian Forces (CF) Snowbirds, 431 Air Demonstration Squadron are a Canadian icon comprised of Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members and National Defence Public Service employees. Pilots, technicians (aviation, avionics, aircraft structure, supply), mobile support operators, resource management support clerks, an engineering officer, a […]

Erickson Aircraft Collection

Join us as the Erickson Collection showcases history with the F6F Hellcat and the F8F Bearcat! Considered the best performing piston fighter, the Bearcat replaced the F6F Hellcat. It weights almost 2,000 lbs. less than the Hellcat. The Bearcat was the second featured aircraft of the Blue Angels. It did not see combat in WWII. […]

Yellow Thunder

For those World War II buffs, these two planes are sure to be a crowd pleaser! The Harvard began life as a North American Aviation designed aircraft around 1934, commonly identified in the USA as the AT-6 Texan (Advanced Trainer). The term Harvard was coined by the RAF in England, and is generally referred to […]

Skyhawks Military Parachute Team

Watch their thrilling formations in the sky, this team puts on a spectacular show. Performing these aerobatic parachute formations requires a high level of skill and courage; and is known as Canopy Relative Work. Supported by the Canadian Army, the SkyHawks are based out of Trenton, Ontario, at the Canadian Army Advanced Warfare Centre. There, […]

Ross Granley

Ross Granley is coming to the Fort St. John International Airshow! Ross Granley comes from a large family of pilots that include grandparents, uncles, parents, cousins, brothers, and sister Deb, and wife, Shari. He was born in Red Deer, Alberta Canada in 1963, A Royal Canadian Air Force base, where his father, Bud, was instructing […]