Our hosts and exhibitors provide significant resources and funding to make this event possible. However, there are some organizations and individuals that contribute, but are not Exhibitors. We would like to thank them here.
This free event is only possible because of the work of almost 200 volunteers and exhibitor staff and the donations we receive. All of the funds we receive go to the expenses of the event. Any excess is used to finance introductory flight lessons for deserving women.
We really appreciate the donations contributed by the following:
Total Aviation & Airport Services
Total Aviation & Airport Services manages the Oshawa Executive Airport.
Durham Radio Inc.
Broadcasting KX96 New Country, The Rock, and CKDO Greatest Hits of All Time in HD radio, Durham Radio helps with advertising our event. Their offices are located in the main terminal of the Oshawa Executive Airport.
W. G. Cox Aviation Supplies
Jim Cox has been a long time supporter of the Oshawa aviation community. Cox Aviation Supplies has been supplying avionics, tools, engine parts, accessories, oil, ground support and airframe spares since 1962. They also sell pilot supplies and aviation gifts.
APEX Aircraft Sales
APEX Aircraft sells new Cessna aircraft and brokers the sale of pre-owned aircraft. They also expedite aircraft importations.
DeStefano Funeral Home
The DeStefano Funeral Home is family owned and operated. They are dedicated to helping people through the most difficult times of their lives.
Dave & Stephanie Jukes
Dave & Stephanie run the Saucy Willow Inn & Cottages on Balsam Lake.
Chris is a pilot based at Oshawa.
Hannu Halminen is the developer of the Oshawa Airport Hangarminiums.
COPA Flight 70
COPA Flight 70 is the flying club based at the Oshawa Executive airport. In addition to a financial contribution, many of their members play an important volunteer role helping with the event.
COPA Flight 70 organizes the North Port Fly In. Aviation enthusiasts are welcome to become members.
Buttonville Flying Club
The Buttonville Flying Club is a very active COPA Flight. In addition to a financial contribution, many of the club members are key volunteers at the event.
Founded in 1969, the Buttonville Flying Club’s objective is to create a community with a friendly social atmosphere. They organize group flying trips and other aviation related activities. The Buttonville Flying Club is a member of COPA as Flight 44.
Royal Canadian Air Force Association 420 Wing
The RCAF Association preserves and fosters the spirit of fellowship among all who are and have served in the Air Force.