2013 Air Show Cancelled
On behalf of the Town of Princeton, Princeton Airport Committee and Air Show Producers, we would like to thank everyone for their support of the Princeton International Air Show over the years. This little air show grew from an idea to highlight our small town airport into an award winining air show.
In 2013, our largest contributor the Town of Princeton would like to take time away from air show to allow costly upgrades to our small but growing airport. These upgrades will enhance the safety for air traffic that frequents our airport year round.
Again, thank you to everyone who supported, participated and visited the Princeton International Airport over the years.
Thank YouAnother great air show!
Thank you to all that attended, our performers, our volunteers and our sponsors! We can hardly wait until 2013!
Vintage Wings of Canada P51 arriving in Princeton.
Show ScheduleHi everyone.
Show day is almost here! Here's a short schedule overview for your reference.
09:00 a.m. Gates open to public.
09:30 a.m. Apron open to public. Get up close with the aircraft and their pilots. (This is the only time you'll be able to see the aircraft up close.)
10:40 a.m. Opening ceremony.
11:00 a.m. First performer takes to the air.
15:00 p.m. Air program ends.
- Kent Pietsch
- Vintage Wings of Canada
- Historic Flight Foundation
- Brandon Dreyer
- Kent Pietsch
- Paul Dumoret
- Ron Andrew
- Kent Pietsch
- Mark Humbke
Brandon Dreyer Joins 2012 Show
June 22, 2012
With just 4 weeks to show time we are pleased to announce that Brandon Dreyer will be doing his aerobatics routine at the 2012 air show!
Brandon began flying at the age of 15 and earned both his private and commercial licence before graduating high school. He became a flight instructor, and taught while attending university and serving in the Canadian army reserve. Brandon also spent time as a pilot in the Canadian arctic, flying in the North West Territories and Nunavut. He now works as an airline pilot and an aerobatic flight instructor. Brandon has been participating in aerobatic competitions in the United States and Canada for the last four years, and is currently competing at the advanced level.
Gyrocopter Demonstration in 2012June 8, 2012
Mark Humbke and his MTO Sport Gyro will be doing a gyrocopter demonstration at this year's show.
The history of rotorcraft began with the gyroplane on January 9th, 1923. On that day, the inventor of the gyroplane, Juan de la Cierva, flew his "auto gyro" for the first time, impressing the Spanish military.
Blender Airshows Back in 2012June 2, 2012
The Princeton International Air Show is pleased to announce Ron Andrew and Blender Airshows is back again in 2012! Ron flys a factory certified Pitts S2B affectionately called the BLENDER. Ron brings his nail biting, heart throbbing aerobatic act.
Welcome back Ron!
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