The USAF A-10 Thunderbolt will amaze you with its low altitude maneuverability and powerful display.
The U.S. Army Golden Knights will be performing their silent, skillful and graceful routine at the 2011 Kansas City Air Show.
Dr. Ray Vetsch will fly the “Turbo Shark” at this year’s Kansas City Air Show.
The Air Force Academy Gliders are flown by cadets from the Air Force Academy.
Come out and watch these pilots put on a tribute to our nation’s veterans as they fly the wonderful T28B Trojan Aircraft.
With years of experience in air show pyrotechnics, The Mad Bomber is sure to thrill crowds this year at the 2011 Kansas City Air Show!
Come see Tim Weber, a once in a lifetime unique aerobatic and musical performance!
Made famous by the Vietnam War, the MiG-17F was the primary enemy aircraft engaged in the skies over Vietnam by U.S. aircraft. During that war and up until the F-16 entered service, it was the tightest-turning fighter in the world. When production started in the 1950s, its VK-1F engine made it one of the first production jet fighters in the world with an afterburner.
Feel the heat! The 12,000 horsepower Flashfire Jet Truck, deemed the world’s fastest jet-powered pickup truck, can reach record breaking speeds of 375 miles per hour.
This summer at the Kansas City Air Show see a rare performance by a single
ship P-51C Mustang demo. Watch as this historic aircraft brings crowds to their feet.
Crowds will be amazed by CC Gerner’s athletic approach to aerobatic aviation as she pushes her Edge 540 to the limits!
Witness the “Beast!” Bryan will be flying a one of a kind aircraft at this year’s show. “Beast” is the only piston powered biplane on the air show circuit that boasts a thrust to weight ration greater than 1:1!
Watch as Greg Shetterly puts his One Design aerobatic aircraft to the test!
The CAF Red Tail Squadron presents the Rise Above traveling exhibit.
This exhibit is sure to be a valuable experience for crowds as the squadron shares the inspiring legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen.
This multi-tent exhibit will provide spectators of all ages the opportunity to build creations from the ever-popular Lego blocks.