The Museum participated in the annual Abbotsford Air Show on August 13-14 by flying four of their classic aircraft - the Harvard II, the Waco AQC-6, the Tiger Moth and the Fleet Finch - in the daily morning display. Abbotsford provided scorching weather and an action-packed program.
The CMF Waco AQC-6, Tiger Moth and Fleet Finch await their time in the air.
The CMF Harvard participated in a four-ship formation with three other Harvards.
The Museum had a well-stocked booth selling both merchandise and memberships.
From the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton, ON, came the Avro Lancaster,
seen here flying with a Canadian Forces Hawk trainer with Mount Baker as a backdrop.
Vintage Wings of Canada, based in Gatineau, QC, provided a Canadair Sabre 5 and a FG-1D Corsair.
The Sabre 5
Many other individuals and teams contributed to the premium quality of the air show, here's just one -
John Mohr with his 1943 Stearman.
The Canadian Forces Snowbirds closed the day in spectacular style.