The Canadian Museum of Flight participated in the Boundary Bay Airshow on June 19, 2010.
The Museum provided three aircraft for the airshow - two flying (a Fleet Finch and a Harvard II) with a Sopwith Camel replica on display.
The Finch provided spectators with a flying display representing an early WW2 training aircraft, while the Harvard showed the advanced trainer whose service lifespan extended into the 1960s. The Camel provided a time warp back to the early part of the last century and WW1.
The Fleet Finch in action at Boundary Bay
The Museum Harvard (top left) in a 6-ship formation at Boundary Bay
The Museum's Camel gave great photo ops for visitors