Air Show ~ part 2 ~ Brazilian Smoke Squadron and Canadian Harvard Aerobatic Air Team

To continue with my posts on the air show, I am now sharing a series of photos from the Brazilian Smoke Squadron, also known as the Brazilian Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron.
These guys were amazing!

The photos below show the Canadian Harvard Aerobatic Team . These 3 little yellow planes, the Harvards, were built in 1941. The announcer explained that these planes were called the "Pilot Maker", meaning that if you could fly one of these you could fly anything. They were used as advanced trainers by the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Their show was amazing, and the clouds had lifted by then.
Can you see the heart shape they made in the sky? That was a heart for all the volunteers for this air show!


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