Abbotsford International Airshow

Russ Niles is at the Abbotsford International Airshow on August 8-10 and will be contributing photos and comments in this blog.

Many thanks to Ken Lin for these great photos.

Click Here to visit the Abbotsford International Airshow Website.

CF-18 Hornet Demonstration Team

The CF-18 Demonstration Team returns for the North American 2014 air show season with a brand-new theme. The RCAF celebrates its 90th anniversary this year and the CF-18 Team salutes the brave men and women who have served and distinguished themselves over the past nine decades.

Pyro at Night....Spectacular!

Night shows can be even more spectacular – an amazing backdrop for this type of effect. The Wall of Fire is an amazing close to a memorable day.

Historic Flight

Historic Flight at Kilo-7 has a collection of some of the most important aircraft produced between 1927 and 1957. They are all restored and flying again. Pictured here are the F8F Bearcat “Wampus Cat” and the F7F TigerCat “Bad Kitty”.

Redline Aerobatics

Redline Aerobatics flies the amazing Pitts Special in its shows. Brent Handy is a former Snowbirds Pilot and has proven that he can fly with the best. He has done more than 150 shows from British Columbia to Nova Scotia and from Florida to the Arctic.

Beautiful British Columbia

The only thing better than an airshow….is an airshow in spectacular British Columbia.

Snowbirds with another Great Performance

I never tire of seeing the Snowbirds perform their flawless manoeuvres and the pride that they give us. The planes are old but they always seem to provide the audience with some new and innovative features every year.

Skyhawks Wow at Airshow

With their signature Canadian flag parachutes, The Canadian Armed Forces Parachute Team, the SkyHawks, is Canada’s only military parachute demonstration team. They have been proudly representing our country for over 40 years with their spectacular show.

Twilight Show Impressive

The new Twilight show feature at the Abbotsford International Airshow had folks captivated as the sun went down.