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This Saturday, November 11, Waterloo Warbirds will take to the skies to honour Canada’s veterans, active service members, and their families and friends. 

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If you've flown with Waterloo Warbirds, you might be familiar with John as one of our Passenger Coordinators, but even if you haven't met him in person, you've seen the results of his work through his photos, videos, and skillful planning of community flyovers! Join us to learn more about what inspired John's love of aviation, the many hats he wears on our team, and the ways he lives his passion for flight both on the ground and in the air! When did you join the team and how did you find out about us? I ran into Ray [Thwaites, T-33 pilot] at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s Air Force Day in 2017, then started speaking with the Team Coordinator about volunteer opportunities. The following Monday, I came in for an interview, and ended up spending the next 8 hours on the apron with the team. I was hooked from that moment on! What...

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Calling all photographers! From June 25 to October 1, 2022, submit your best photos of our aircraft for a chance to win 1 of 3 great prizes from Waterloo Warbirds and Lost Aviator Coffee!

In an effort to recognize the current turmoil enveloping Ukraine, Waterloo Warbirds has decided to change the current Soviet-era Russian markings on our classic Aero Vodochody L-29 Delfin and MiG-15 UTI to Ukrainian Air Force (L-29) and Polish Air Force (MiG-15 UTI).    “I feel this is the right thing to do at this critical moment in time,” said Richard Cooper, the owner of both aircraft.  Changing the MiG-15 to Polish Air Force markings denotes an actual historic assignment of this aircraft, which flew for the Polish Air Force from the mid-1950’s to 1992.  Changing the L-29 to Ukrainian Air Force markings recognizes that this aircraft type was operated by the Ukrainian Air Force after the breakup of the former Soviet Union in 1991.   Significant assistance in changing the aircraft markings was provided by Fleet Image Inc. of Ayr, Ontario.  Waterloo Warbirds remains committed to honouring those who have served...

From Thursday, August 12th to Saturday, August 14th, 2021, Waterloo Warbirds and the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association will be hosting a formation training clinic at the Region of Waterloo International Airport.