You don’t want to miss Bud and Ross Granley’s Yak-o-batics at SkyFest 2019

The father-and-son duo from Washington are coming to Quesnel Aug. 2-4

Both former Canadian military pilots with dozens of years of experience between them, Bud and Ross Granley are some of the most respected pilots in the airshow industry. Photo submitted

If there is one act you don’t want to miss, it’s Bud and Ross Granley’s Yak-o-batics!

We are so excited to welcome them back to Quesnel in 2019!

Both former Canadian military pilots with dozens of years of experience between them, Bud and Ross Granley are some of the most respected pilots in the airshow industry.

In fact, the Granley name is nearly synonymous with excellence in commercial, military, and aerobatic aviation, with respected pilots across three generations!

This father-and-son duo from Washington have been flying together for over a decade, and continue to delight audiences across North America with their unbelievably entertaining act featuring Bud in a Yak-55 and Ross in a Yak-18T.

Their incredibly coordinated loops, rolls, and tumbles will take your breath away — so be sure to catch them at SkyFest this summer!

SkyFest returns to Quesnel on August 2, 3, and 4 at the Quesnel Regional Airport!

Get your tickets at quesnelskyfest.ca and follow #SkyFest on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates on your favorite performers and a behind-the-scenes look at Quesnel’s International Airshow.

READ MORE:Snowbirds, Canadian Forces Demo team confirmed for 2019 SkyFest in Quesnel

— Submitted by SkyFest

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