Snowbirds celebrate “Canada 150” with 150 maple leaves

News Article / June 28, 2017

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Royal Canadian Air Force

The Canadian Forces Snowbirds are proudly celebrating the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation by painting one of their CT-114 Tutor aircraft with “Canada 150” livery.

The “Canada 150” Tutor’s livery includes the iconic red, white and blue colour scheme, as well as design elements emphasizing Canada's historic 150th anniversary celebration. The official "Canada 150" logo is placed on the nose and wings. The tail carries the official name of the celebration – "Canada 150" – while the underpart of the aircraft displays 150 red maple leaves.

Join the 2017 Snowbirds team as they proudly honour our Canadian history, and come meet the men and women of the Royal Canadian Air Force.

Aerobatic team schedules

 The show tour schedule for the RCAF’s two aerobatic teams, the Snowbirds and the CF-18 Demo Team, are now online.

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