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Jets, Mono-Planes, Bi-Planes and more take to the sky!


Anna Serbinenko – Sky Dancer

She is a self-proclaimed Sky Dancer, slowly and precisely “dancing in the sky” in her Super Decathlon (Super D plane). 

Set to classical music, the performance captivates audiences with its elegance; Anna speaks fluently more than 7 languages, owns and operates the Canadian Flight Centre, holds a Ph.D. in Financial Mathematics, and is a Mom too! Anna was born in the Ukraine and spent several years living in Switzerland, Germany and Brazil before moving to Canada in 2008. 


Catch Anna Serbinenko

at this year's

Truckee Tahoe Air Show

Vicky was born and raised in California with an earned PhD in Chemistry from UC Berkeley. Vicky is an accomplished pilot, skydiver, aerobatic performer, and air racer. In fact, in 2015 she became the “Fastest Woman Racer” ever in the history of the Reno Air Races when she qualified an Aero Vodochody jet on the racecourse at 469.831 mph. At this year's Truckee Tahoe Air Show, she will be flying her beautiful P-51 mustang that she raced at the Reno Air Races this past fall.


The United States Navy Parachute Team “The Leap Frogs” is the official parachute demonstration team of the United States Navy. Part of the United States Naval Special Warfare Command. The Leap Frogs Navy Parachute Team is made up of active-duty Navy SEALs, Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewmen (SWCC) and support personnel. The team is sanctioned by the Department of Defense and recognized by the Federal Aviation Administration.


Tom speeds through the air in a modified SubSonex Jet, otherwise known as JSX003. This Experimental Jet comes as a kit from the Sonex factory in Oshkosh, WI and weighs 500 lbs. It reaches a speed of 300 mph, and it is fully aerobatic. 


This SubSonex Jet was the first kit ever sold and flown, and it’s only been flying for approximately 2 years, so see it while it’s still “new” to tell your friends! The jet is powered by the PBS TJ-100 engine from the Czech Republic, and at full throttle it is capable of producing 258 lbs of thrust while burning 40 gallons/hr of jet fuel. As beautiful as the jet is, there is no paint on it! It is completely wrapped in a vinyl covering, similar to a show car.

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Bob and Vicky return after giving amazing performances in 2024.

Bob will take to the air in his Extra 330LX, N808YF.  This is a high performance, certified aerobatic performer made in Germany with capabilities of +/- 10Gs  used to execute wild gyroscopic maneuvers.

Bob started flying in 1972 while a junior in high school and has been flying aerobatics since 1981.  He started competing in the International Aerobatic Club (IAC) in 1985 and steadily progressed through all the ranks of competition to the Unlimited level.  Achieving a life-long goal in 2017, he flew for the US at the World Championships in Unlimited in South Africa.  He's been on three U.S. Aerobatic teams through the years, serving as team Captain and finishing 4th in the world in 2002 at the world championships held in Slovenia.  


In leaving the competition scene behind, he now focuses solely on his airshow performances, flying shows from the East coast to the West coast, operating out of his home base in Colorado.  Bob flies a highly energetic routine displaying unusual and innovative maneuvers that literally bring gasps from the crowd!


The Commemorative Air Force Southern California Wing will be bringing these amazing aircraft to the Air Show this Saturday, June 24! Get up close and personal with the pilots and take a look inside the aircraft. They’ll even be performing in the sky!

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