Vanderhoof International Airshow attracts eyes from across B.C.

Thousands — some flying in from as far south as Duncan, B.C. — squint up at Vanderhoof airport’s sunny skies for aerobatics on August 13.




Thousands — some flying in from as far south as Duncan, B.C. — squint up at Vanderhoof airport’s sunny skies for the 2016 Vanderhoof International Airshow on August 13.

The day of festivities kicked off with three local and abroad FMX bikers demonstrating air-filled aerobatics at 11 a.m., followed by aerobatic displays by 13 planes at 1 p.m., as well as dinner and dance until night.

Featured acts include:

Ron Andrews Blender Airshows in his Pitts.

Peter Herzig in the T-28 Trojan

The Watson Brothers Yellow Thunder in Harvards.

Anna Serbinenko – Sky Dancer in the Super Decathlon

Stefan Trischuk – PITTS X2C BIPLANE

Bud and Ross Granley

John and Richard Mrazak

B-25 Mitchell “Grumpy”

P38

Corsair

Catalina amphibious Aircraft

Geoff Latter – in Nancy, a fully restored Nanchang CJ-6A