Air Show News
- Taiwanese pilot dies after AT-3 midair collision
21 October 2014 | IHS Jane's
A member of Taiwan's Thunder Tiger Aerobatics Team was killed on 21 October after his AT-3 (Tzu Chung) advanced jet trainer collided with another AT-3 during what Republic of China Air Force (RoCAF) officials said was a "routine aerobatic training mission".
Defence officials said the
- CT-114 Tutor: 50 years of inspirational flight
20 October 2014 | RCAF
After 50 years of steadfast service to the Royal Canadian Air Force, the CT-114 Tutor was fêted by former and current pilots and technicians, aviation enthusiasts, and members of 15 Wing during a two-day celebration.
- New Typhoon Display Pilot Announced
8 October 2014 | RAF
The 2015 Typhoon Display Pilot will be Flight Lieutenant Jonathan (Jonny) Dowen
- Snowbirds Year End Show : CT-114 Tutor 50th anniversary
26 September 2014 | RCAF
15 Wing Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, invites all past and present Tutor instructors, technicians, students and demonstration pilots, honoured guests, and the general public to attend the 50th anniversary of the CT-114 Tutor on October 3-4, 2014.
- Red Arrows get new Team Leader for 2015 season
24 September 2014 | RAF
A New Team Leader has been appointed to the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows. Squadron Leader David Montenegro will fly as Red 1 in the 2015 season.
- NATO Alliance Displays Airpower At Wales NATO Summit
5 September 2014 | RAF
Military aircraft from across the NATO alliance took part in a flypast today over the NATO Summit, which is underway at the Celtic Manor resort, Newport in Wales.
- Swiss cancel Russian Knights for AIR14 Payerne
12 August 2014
Switzerland's defence department has cancelled Russian participation in the upcoming AIR14 air show at Payerne. The Russian Knights aerobatic display team flying Su-27 fighters had been scheduled to take part in the first weekend of the air show celebrating 100 years of Swiss military aviation, 50 years of the Patrouille Suisse, and 25 years of the PC-7 Team.
- New Red Arrows Pilots
28 July 2014 | RAF
Three new pilots will join the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, for the 2015 season. Flight Lieutenant Thomas Bould, Flight Lieutenant Michael Bowden and Flight Lieutenant Emmet Cox will begin training with the Red Arrows later this year, ready to display as part of next season’s nine-strong team.