The air display span fulfill the crews of strategic bombers Tu-95, multifunctional fighters Su-30, multi-bombers Su-34, frontline bombers Su-24M, Su-25, combat-capable trainer aircraft Yak-130, training aircraft L-39 and helicopters Mi-35 and Mi-8.
Aerobatics in a single version will be demonstrated on a Ka-52 helicopter. Residents and guests of Yeysk will see the airborne parachuting team from the Mi-8 helicopter. In total, 30 units will appear in the sky of Yeysk aviation techniques.
Yeysk Aviation School conducts its history from 28 July 1915 of the year - since the founding of the Naval Aviation Officer School. Over the 100 years of history, the aviation school more than 10 changed its deployment time - from Yeisk and Oranienbaum to Mozdok and Chelyabinsk. Since 1967, the school has been named after twice Hero of the Soviet Union, cosmonaut VM Komarov.