Performers

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AEROSHELL AEROBATIC TEAM

“The AeroShell Aerobatic Team has been performing for over twenty-five years, amassing thousands of hours in front of airshow fans all over North America”

areoshell teamPhoto Credit: www.naat.net

B-17 FLYING FORTRESS TEXAS RAIDERS

Only nine iconic B-17 bombers are still actively flying, and Texas Raiders will be making an appearance at this year’s airshow.  You’ll be able to get up close and get a good look at this monster of the sky.

Raiders in flight 2017Photo credit:  Commemorative Air Force (CAF)

CARL BEST

Welcome Carl Best in his North American T-6G “Miss Texas” back for the 2018 show! Watch him perform loops, Cuban 8s, reverse Cuban 8s, barrel and aileron rolls along with other amazing maneuvers in the sky.

Carl Best


DAGMAR KRESS

Originally from Ulm Germany, Dagmar moved to the United States in 1985.  She specializes in aerobatic and unusual altitude recovery training in Pitts, Extra, and Decathlon aircraft.

Dagmar
Photo courtesy of Dagmr Kress

DAVID MARTIN

One of the most sought aerobatic pilots in the world will be joining us for the 2018 airshow! David Martin’s performance will leave you breathless!

David MartinPhoto courtesy of David Martin

MID AMERICA FLIGHT MUSEUM

Mid American Flight  Museum differentiates itself from many other museums in that the great majority of the airplanes in the museum fly on a regular basis, and that ongoing projects are being restored to fly!    See them in motion at the Breckenridge Airshow!

Mid America Flight Museum


SRC AIRSHOWS

SRC Airshows is owned and operated by Stephen Covington. Prepare yourself as Stephen amazes everyone with his aerobatic performances in his highly modified Pitts S2S named the”Raptor.”

SRC AirshowsPhoto credit:  Stephen Covington

TORA! TORA! TORA!

“Tora! Tora! Tora!” is the Commemorative Air Force’s recreation of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that signaled the beginning of the American involvement in World War II. Designed as a living history lesson, “Tora! Tora! Tora!” is intended as a memorial to all the soldiers on both sides who gave their lives for their countries.

bNH4A6526Photo credit:  Joe Ruddy