Jet Team Management

David Schultz Airshows has several Jet Team Project Officers who have worked with the US Navy Blue Angels, USAF Thunderbirds, Canadian Snowbirds, Royal Air Force Red Arrows, Esquadrilha da Fumaça, as well as nearly every major North American Military Parachute Team and Military Single Ship Tactical Demonstration Teams. Our Project Officers stay with the Jet Teams and assure that their needs are met and often exceeded. This attention to detail have the teams returning to venues and requesting our services.

The US Military, Canadian, European, South American, and other International Demonstration Teams all have specialized support manuals specifying requirements to support them at an airshow. Our Jet Team Projos are considered by the Jet Teams, Parachute Teams, and Single Ship Demo Teams as the most detailed and communicative in the business. We continue to support the USN Blue Angels, USAF Thunderbirds, US Army Golden Knights, Canadian Snowbirds, RAF Red Arrows, Esquadrilha da Fumaça, Canadian Skyhawks, PACAF F-16 Demo Team, and all of the North American Single Ship Demonstration Teams. Our staff is on site prior to the first member of the demo team arriving. We confirm that all aspects of their Support Manuals have been met, including hotel/rental vehicle needs, ground support equipment, hangar needs, meal services, parking plans, and media coordination.

David Schultz Airshow staff with the Breitling Jet Team at our 2015 Manassas, VA Airshow

In 2010, our company coordinated THREE events with multiple jet teams: Atlantic City, Boston-Portsmouth, and Janesville. David Schultz Airshows continues to support multiple jets teams airshows to this day with most recent multiple jet team shows in 2019 in Atlantic City with the USAF Thunderbirds and RAF Red Arrows. In 2022, Schultz Airshows hosted both the USAF Thunderbirds and USN Blue Angels at Dover AFB, DE. We will be supporting both Jet Teams once again in 2023 at NBVC Pt Mugu, California.

2010 Southern Wisconsin AirFest in Janesville, WI featured the USAF Thunderbirds & Canadian Snowbirds
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