Performers

  • Military

    • Golden Knights

      For over fifty-six years members of the U. S. Army Parachute Team have been marking the milestones of achievement and an evolution of excellence serving as “Ambassadors” of the Army’s only official Demonstration team. The Golden Knights portray the image of being the most formidable parachuting competitors and demonstrators in the world today. If you […]
    • United States Air Force Thunderbirds

      In 1947, while the jet age was still in its infancy, military aviation was hurtled into the future with the creation of the U.S. Air Force as a separate service.  Just six years later, on May 25, 1953, the Air Force’s official air demonstration team, designated the 3600th Air Demonstration Unit, was activated at Luke […]
  • Civilian

    • American Airpower Museum Warbirds

      Memorial Day weekend marks the return of the American Airpower Museum Warbirds!. Flight experiences are available by contacting the AAM public affairs office at 212 843-8010. In addition, check out this web site for further information regarding air activities on Long Island this Memorial Day weekend.
    • David Windmiller

      David was only 14 years old when the flying bug hit him and he began taking lessons at a small airport on Long Island. On his 16th birthday he took his first solo flight. At 17, he started aerobatics without any training before he even had his pilot’s license. That speedy ascent is literally and […]
    • GEICO Skytypers

      The GEICO Skytypers Airshow Team is a flight squadron of six vintage WWII era U.S. Navy SNJ-2 trainers . The team performs a thrilling, low-altitude,precision-formation flying demonstration filling the sky and coming from all directions to provide spectators a unique viewing experience while showcasing the tactics and maneuvers utilized during training during WWII. In addition […]
    • John Klatt Airshows/Jack Links’ Screamin Sasquatch

      John Klatt Airshows and Jack Link’s Beef Jerky teamed up to create a one of a kind plane, the Screamin Sasquatch., which is powered by two different engines. The plane style is a Jet Waco, first introduced by Jimmy Franklin in 1999. Now, the Screamin’ Sasquatch is one of a kind on the air show […]
    • Matt Chapman

      Matt is recognized as an extraordinary aerobatic pilot who thrills millions of airshow fans each summer. He began flying aerobatics in 1984 and quickly worked his way up to the highest level of competition aerobatics – the Unlimited category. Recognized for his skills, he won one of only five slots on the U.S. Unlimited Men’s […]
    • Sean Tucker

      Sean D. Tucker’s life is marked by a search for excellence and perfected skill. He is not satisfied unless he is learning, refining a skill, or conquering a fear. Whether he is heli-skiing, cave SCUBA diving, golfing, or flying his one-of-a kind aerobatic dream machine, Sean D. Tucker is full-throttle and extremely accomplished. In airshow […]
    • SUNY Farmingdale Aerospace

      Farmingdale State College Flying Rams will fly seven of their 22 college-owned aircraft in a fly-by piloted by their top academic Professional Pilot performers. The State University of New York (SUNY) Flight Center is a crown jewel of the SUNY system and is located only 8 miles from Air Show Center. Farmingdale State College awards […]