Outdoor aircraft display open 10:00am to 3:00pm
The outdoor static display is planned to include the following aircraft. Scheduling, weather and other factors may foul our plans.
Please do not touch the aircraft without the explicit permission of their owners. Many owners will allow you to look inside their aircraft and some, like Porter, will allow you to sit in the cockpit.
Porter De Havilland DHC-8 Q400 airliner
Porter Airlines is displaying a Q400 aircraft (more detail) that is arriving with an all female crew. Porter will be allowing the public to look inside and sit in the cockpit.
Get your photo taken with a female airline Captain at the Porter exhibit inside the hangar.
Air Canada Express Bombardier CRJ200
Jazz will be bringing a CRJ200 regional jet to our event. You may tour this amazing aircraft and perhaps get a chance to sit in the cockpit.
Imagine being the pilot of this amazing aircraft.
Bell Jet Ranger Helicopter
The Durham Regional Police JetRanger helicopter is based at the Oshawa Executive Airport and will be on display. Talk with the tactical police officers who fly in "Air 1".
ORNGE AgustaWestland AW139 Medical Helicopter
If not flying a medical patient, ORNGE plans to display one of their medical helicopters. It will likely only be available for a few hours during the show, so you might see it land and take off. Read about the ORNGE fleet of airplanes and helicopters here. Learn about aviation careers with ORGNE at their booth in the exhibit hangar.
Pitts Special S2
First Flight offers aerobatic flights in this exciting biplane. You could purchase a ride to find out what it is like to fly a loop!
Bell OH58 (Kiowa) Helicopter
The Kiowa was primarily produced for the United States Army and was first deployed in the Vietnam War and used during the Gulf War, the Invasion of Panama, and the War in Afghanistan amongst others. The Kiowa was the first helicopter to incorporate a passive wire strike protection system.
FLYGTA Beechcraft King Air B100
The King Air is a pressurized twin turboprop, that depending on configuration, can carry up to 13 passengers.
FLYGTA Airlines uses this aricraft to fly Air Taxi services.
1943 Fleet M62A-3 Cornell
The Cornell was designed by Fairchild Aviation Corporation and many were built by Fleet Aircraft Ltd. for use as primary trainers during World War II for the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.
The Edenvale Classic Aircraft Foundation offers flights in this aircraft as well as their Tiger Moth.
Antonov An-2T biplane
This utility/agricultural aircraft was designed and manufactured in the Ukraine to accomodate unsurfaced airstrips and is one of the world's biggest single engine production biplanes.
CASARA Cessna 182
In addition to their booth in the Exhibit Hall, the Canadian Air Search and Rescue Association will display one of their aircraft, a Cessna 182 in the outdoor display area.
Cirrus Aircraft SR22
Cirrus Aircraft will be displaying one of their latest SR22 personal aircraft.
Using advanced materials and technologies, Cirrus created an aircraft that was safer, faster, and more comfortable than any personal aircraft had ever been.
Take a look inside this luxurious aircraft.
Seneca College Cessna 172
The Seneca College School of Aviation offers an Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology degree program, as well as disploma programs in Aviation Safety and in Aviation Operations.
They will be displaying one of their flight school Cessna 172 aircraft as part of the static display.
They will also have a tent next to their aircraft if you wish to discuss your future education.
Textron Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle
The Canadian Armed Forces will be displaying their TAPV (Tactical Armed Patrol Vehicle). It is protected by composite armour, which can withstand a 10Kg explosive force directly underneath, and resist 12.7mm armour-piercing rounds. It can be equipped with a 7.62mm machine gun, plueither a 40mm grenade launcher or a 12.7mm heavy machine gun.
Although fire trucks do not fly (really!), emergency response is an important part of airport operations. Oshawa fire fighters train at the airport for aviation specific emergencies. This is a good chance to get a close look at a fire truck and talk with fire fighters.
Learn more about Oshawa Fire Services click here.