Performers

ROC Airshow Ticket Discount 15% Off

NEW PERFORMER ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The A.P. Property Rochester Airshow is proud to announce two new acts to the already great lineup for the Airshow on August 3rd and 4th 2024, featuring the Italian National Jet Team, the Frecce Tricolori and the F-16 Viper Demo.

The CAF Rise Above Exhibit details the history and sacrifice of the Tuskegee Airman in WW II and the role of the Womens Army Service Pilots and their service to our Country.
In addition, we are super excited to have the C-17 Globemaster II and KC-135 aerial Demo join us for the show from the Air Education Training Command.

To celebrate these two new additions to the Airshow, we are offering for a limited time and at a limited quantity, a 15% discount on ALL tickets until midnight June 16 for the Airshow. As the Airshow date approaches, the ticket prices will increase.

15% DISCOUNT

A.P. Property Services Rochester Airshow Aircraft 2024 line up

(Scheduled to appear-subject to change)

Featuring the Italian Frecce Tricolori Team, Class of ’45 (P-51 & Corsair), Rick Volker Marchetti 260, Geronimo Skydiving Team, Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association, Classic Jets Group (Fouga, Casa, Saeta), Prevost T-33 Vampire, United States Air Force C-17 & KC-135 Demo, CAF RISE ABOVE (Tuskgee & Wasp Exhibit), P-51C Redtail, C-5M Galaxy (Static)

Italian Frecce Tricolori Team

It’s been 32 years since the Frecce Tricolori (tricolor arrows) have been in the United States. On August 3 & 4, 2024, the world’s largest military jet team will take to the skies over Rochester, NY with their fabulous red, white, and green smoke depicting the Italian flag.

CAF RISE ABOVE Exhibit & P-51C Tuskegee Airmen and WASP
CAF RISE ABOVE Exhibit & P-51C Tuskegee Airmen and WASP

CAF RISE ABOVE Exhibit & P-51C

CAF RISE ABOVE Squadron (formerly known as the CAF Red Tail Squadron) is our three-fold educational outreach program that brings the history and legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen and Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) to life in communities and classrooms everywhere. What the Tuskegee Airmen and WASP had in common – and what made them ultimately succeed – was the ability to recognize that all of the obstacles they faced could be overcome with hard work and dedication. The timeless lessons they teach us about perseverance and courage are just as applicable today as they were in the 1940s.

CAF RISE ABOVE Exhibit & P-51C Tuskegee Airmen and WASP

Rick Volker – Marchetti 260

Rick has created a unique performance in the Sukhoi SU-26M. There is a common theme in all of his displays: Complete mastery of the aircraft’s possible flight envelope, pushing the boundaries of both low and high speed limits, and artfully utilizing the smallest three dimensional space to create a masterpiece of entertainment. His routines are a roller coaster of artistry and athleticism, alternating frequently between violent maneuvers and delicate finesse.

Rick Volker Marchetti 260
Rick Volker Marchetti 260
Canadian Queen C-45

Canadian Queen C-45

The C-45 is a military version of the Model 18 (hence the common name Beech 18) light commercial transport that first flew on January 15, 1937. 5,204 military models were delivered during World War 2. A number of C-45 transports served with the RCAF from 1944-1967 under the name Expeditor 3NM, 3NMT, 3T, etc., as a twin-engine navigational trainer, crew transport and a “hack”, or taxi. Versions of both the C-45 and its civil counterpart, the Model 18, served with thirty of the world’s air forces.

Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association
Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association

Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association

The mission of the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association is to acquire, preserve, restore, maintain, display and demonstrate the Harvard and other training aircraft associated with the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) and the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP). As frequent visitors to Western New York, we welcome the sights and sounds of big radial engines, smoke, and aerobatic expertise.

Class of ’45

Jim, owner of the F4U-4 Corsair “Korean War Hero”, and Scott, owner of the P-51D Mustang “Quick Silver” started talking about doing a formation flight of their own to honor the service personnel who flew and maintained these American fighters. In flying these legendary machines, we remember their service, their contributions, and our obligation to never let their sacrifices be in vain.

Class of ‘45
Geronimo Skydiving Team
Geronimo Skydiving Team

Geronimo Skydiving Team

Today the GERONIMO! Skydiving Team members are some of the most experienced and skilled civilian show jumpers in North America and are professionally credentialed in both Canada and the United States. As disciplined professionals, Team members are committed to performance excellence, safety, professionalism, and personal integrity. In addition to our high standards as performers we are dedicated to giving back to the community and strive to be role models for today’s youth through our SUPERHEROES program.

Geronimo Skydiving Team
C-17 Demos

C-17 & KC-135 Refueling Demo

Classic Jets

Coming Soon

Classic Jets
Classic Jets

Requested but not confirmed

NATO T-6 II, Bomber Flyby, & F-35 Flyby

NATO T-6 II, Bomber Flyby, & F-35 Flyby
NATO T-6 II, Bomber Flyby, & F-35 Flyby
NATO T-6 II, Bomber Flyby, & F-35 Flyby

F-16 Viper Heritage Flight Demo

F16 Viper Demo
F16 Viper Heritage Flight
F16 Viper Demo
F16 Viper Heritage Flight
F16 Viper Heritage Jim Beasley

C-5 Galaxy (Static)

C-5 Galaxy

Other Military Demos (Requested)

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