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Canadian Snowbirds will return to Kelowna for two performances

Canadian Forces Snowbirdswill raid Kelowna later this week and will captivate the crowd with aerial acrobatics for two consecutive days.

Take off at Okanagan Lake at 1:00 pm on Saturday, July 9th and Sunday, July 10th. As part of the 75th anniversary of Kelowna International Airport.

Two years after the Snowbird crash at Kamloops – May 17, 2022

"Canada's Elite Canadian Army Pilots Here I'll be here to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Kelowna International Airport, which I've never seen, "Kerouna Mayor Colin Baslan said in a statement.

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"This commitment to our city is with YLW's status as one of Canada's top airports. Reflects the history of our city as an aviation pioneer and aerospace leader. ”

According to Baslan, the impact of the 2020 and 2021 pandemic regulations will be at Kelowna Airport. But it's already "better and faster than most airports in Canada."

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"So I think Kelowna has its own elite performers in the aviation industry," he said.

CF Snowbirds Air Demonstration takes place at Lake Okanagan, north of William R. Bennett Bridge. The best place to see is along the waterfront from City Park to Waterfront Park.

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Following Saturday's CF Snowbirds Demonstration, a new at YLW along the Airport Way on 5800 Lapointe Drive from 4pm Wings and Wheels event will be held at KF Center for Excellence. Until 6 pm

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Participants will have the opportunity to meet CF Snowbirds and see the CT-114 Canadian Tutor up close. The Wings n’Wheels event will also feature food trucks, face painting, music, and a car show by August Motors and the Canadian Vintage Car Club – Okanagan Chapter.

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