Stay tuned for 2022's line-up! We've already begun planning this year's Airshow

to be BIGGER, BETTER, and FULL of excitement! 


  The World Famous  Skytypers Air Show Team is a flight demonstration squadron of five vintage U.S. Navy SNJ trainers based at Republic Airport in Farmingdale, NY. The team performs a thrilling, low-altitude, precision-formation flying demonstration filling the sky and coming from all directions to provide spectators a unique viewing experience. The performance showcases the tactical maneuvers initially taught to pilots during WWII, many of which are still utilized today. The Skytypers also "type" giant messages in the sky.   


Rob Holland is one of the premier airshow performers and freestyle aerobatic competition pilots in the world today.   In the skilled hands of a master like Rob Holland, the MXS-RH’s performance is “game-changing” and allows him to perform the innovated maneuvers unequalled on the airshow circuit.

Ten-time, consecutive, U.S. National Aerobatic Champion

Five-time, consecutive, World 4-minute Freestyle Champion

Eleven-time, U.S. 4-minute Freestyle Champion

2015 World Air Games Freestyle Gold Medalist

2012 Art Scholl Award for Showmanship Recipient

2008 World Advanced Aerobatic Champion

Eight-time U.S. Aerobatic Team Member 

28 Medals in International Competition (14 Gold)

Click here: Rob Holland Teaser


Gary started performing at air shows and entertaining audiences with his 1942 PT-17 Stearman in 2002. The show highlights Gary’s skills as a professional aerobatic pilot, and the way he performs in the Stearman as some spectators describe, “is like ballet in the air.” 

The Stearman is large and loud, yet beautiful and graceful at the same time. Gary’s performance in this beautiful bird is filled with giant barnstormer loops, hammerhead turns, slow rolls, a Cuban eight, inverted flight, snap roll and one of his favorite maneuvers, the Outside Humpty Bump.  



  Gary Rower and Buck Roaetman will be performing in the Day shows June 11th & 12th.


"The Homewrecker"

The Homewrecker's three afterburners light up the runway as McCart races past the crowd. Over 36,000 horsepower is produced from the 18,000 lbs of thrust in the afterburners.


Airythmia will perform for the Day & Twilight Show! 

Paramotors represent the “irregular” side of aviation. The minimal restrictions allow pilots to explore in one of the most free forms of flight.

Airythmia is a paramotor flight demonstration team that is passionate about sharing our amazing sport. The Airythmia team consists of instructors, professionals, and advocates within the paramotor community.


Great Smoke, noise and smooth aerobatics!! Ghost Writer (Nate Hammond) is the perfect airshow opener. After dark, Ghost Writer illuminates the night sky with wing mounted pyro and lights in a graceful ballet among the stars. Two miles high and ten miles wide, Skywriting is sure to get your message noticed!

  Ghost Writer will be performing 
in the Evening shows.


The Nakajima B5N2 – Allied reporting-name ‘Kate’ – was the sole shipboard torpedo-bomber of the Japanese Navy at the start of the Pacific War. The Kate flies as a reminder to “REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR”, and to honor the service of all veterans who have done so much in the service of our country.

B-25 Mitchell

  The majority of B-25s in American service were used in the war against Japan in Asia and the Pacific. The Mitchell fought from the Northern Pacific to the South Pacific and the Far East.  B-25s were used in many roles besides bombers, including as submarine patrol, trainers, reconnaissance, and gunships. 

P-51 Mustang

  The North American Aviation P-51 Mustang is an American long-range, single-seat fighter and fighter-bomber used during World War II and the Korean War, among other conflicts.  

  The P-51 Mustang will be performing in the Day shows.  


 The Chance Vought F4U Corsair was a carrier-capable fighter aircraft that saw service primarily in World War II and the Korean War.  It quickly became the most capable carrier-based fighter-bomber of World War II. Some Japanese pilots regarded it as the most formidable American fighter of World War II, and the U.S. Navy counted an 11:1 kill ratio with the F4U Corsair.   

T-34 Mentor

  The  T-34 is a military trainer aircraft derived from the Beechcraft Model 35 Bonanza.  Will be performing in the Day shows. 


Flown in the 1946 Piper J-3 Cub, this act begins as Greg - farmer Clem Cleaver - climbs up on the announcer's stand, demanding a flight lesson. Later in the show, he "steals" the plane and takes off alone, with his whole crew chasing. Grandpa shoots off a tire to get him down, and Clem lands on his pickup truck driven by Grandpa Fred as it races down the runway.  

 The performance ends by the plane landing on the smallest runway - on the back of their truck.   


  New Jersey Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter demo on August 15th. Members of the 177th Fighter Wing’s 227th Air Support Operations Squadron will practice Fast Rope Insertion/Extraction System and Special Patrol Insertion/Extraction System. The FRIES and SPIES training helps both the Airmen and Soldiers stay vigilant in the techniques used for insertion/extraction in restrictive and challenging terrain.  Will be performing in the Day shows.

Subject to military availability. 

Buck Roetman

Smoke on! Get ready for an exciting, high energy aerobatic performance by Buck Roetman in his highly modified Pitts S2S! Amid the smoke and the roar of his 375+ horse power Lycoming engine, you will see Roetman perform amazing maneuvers in the sky above, that will have you gasping in awe. Roetman also performs a night act that highlights the 'softer side' of his Pitts S2S; using pyro sparklers. Whether you are enjoying his day show or his night performance, you will surely leave wanting more!

Flag Jump

Opening Ceremony

Flag Jump is sponsored by the New York Tandem Sky Diving located at Greenwood Lake Airport.

NY Tandem Sky Diving Web Site

F4U Corsair vs




  Air Show Announcer Luke Carrico provides the best in showmanship and presentation to aerial events worldwide. Whether it's a large international air show, military base open house, or community airport day — Luke's presentation of the high-flying action and unparalleled showmanship places spectators of all ages directly into the cockpits overhead.