|DATE: August 15-16, 2015
LOCATION: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
TIME: NOTE - 3:30 pm to 8:30 pm
ADMISSION: CURRENTLY ON SALE FOR $99.99 Reg. $124.99 - (includes parking, premium barbeque and 3 hour airshow). ONLY 1200 TICKETS/DAY WILL BE AVAILABLE.
The Museum opens at 3:30 pm for this unique airshow event. Guests are immediately shuttled by bus to a large marqué tent located in the middle of the Hamilton International Airport right at the show line. Dinner follows shortly with a premium barbeque (includes one drink ticket, cash bar also available) as well as entertainment by the Paris Port Dover Pipes & Drums.
The 3 hour flying show begins at 5:30 pm and features a unique blend of aerobatics, parachutists, jets and vintage aircraft.
The star attraction for the 2015 Hamilton Airshow is the world's only civilian owned Harrier! One of the most requested aircraft on the airshow circuit, the Harrier is known for its vertical/short takeoff and landing (V/STOL).
We are also thrilled to present a unique and fast paced formation airshow act flying their four Yak 52s - "YAK ATTACK" fly an intense display of pure quality.
Many of the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum's fleet of vintage military aircraft including the Avro Lancaster, B-25 Mitchell, Westland Lysander, and DC-3 Dakota (with parachute jumpers). Various trainers including Harvard, Cornell, Stearman, Tiger Moth and Chipmunk will fly as part of our "Yellow Birds" display.
Additional warbirds performing - from Vintage Wings of Canada - their P-51 Mustang and P-40 Kittyhawk as well, the Military Aviation Museum will be displaying their newest Focke Wulf FW190 plus de Havilland Mosquito, Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane. Additional vintage aircraft flying include also include the Waterloo Warbirds T-33. The Great War Flying Museum will also be displaying their World War I aircraft in a mock dogfight.
No airshow seems complete these days without a jet truck so the Flash Fire Jet Truck will be rocketing down the runway right in front of you.
Aerobatics will be flown by Hamilton's own Trevor Rafferty in his custom built Javelin. As well, Rick Volker's years of aerobatic performances in the Sukhoi have given Rick the ability to squeeze new exciting maneuvers out of his Harvard that seem impossible!
AIRSHOW TICKETS ARE LIMITED TO ONLY 1200 EACH DAY.
NOTE: The Museum will also be open from 8 am to 2 pm for viewing of the static aircraft. Regular Museum Admission rates apply (tickets available at the door only).
NOTE: Aircraft appearances are subject to change due to weather, serviceability and operational commitments. NO REFUNDS, EXCHANGES OR RAIN CHEQUES.