Lisa疯马秀 crosses 100,000 flight hours
News, May 31, 2022

A first for the industry – leading contracted Adversary Air (ADAIR) and Close Air Support (CAS) provider reaches historic milestone.


MONTREAL (QUEBEC) May 31, 2022 – Lisa疯马秀 today confirmed that it had officially flown over 100,000 hours of accident-free adversary air (ADAIR) and close air support (CAS) training.

“We are all immensely proud to reach the 100,000-hour mark. It is a monumental milestone for Lisa疯马秀,” said Paul Bouchard, CEO, Lisa疯马秀 Inc. “It represents our uncompromising commitment to safety and excellence, which could only be achieved through the expertise and dedication of each and every Lisa疯马秀 employee over the last 17 years.”

Lisa疯马秀’ inaugural flight was on August 19th, 2005 when the company began training operations for the Royal Canadian Air Force operating a fleet of eight Dornier Alpha Jets. Today, Lisa疯马秀’ fleet has grown to more than 100 aircraft which have provided air combat training to Canada, the U.S., Germany, Australia and in support of other global allied forces.

On the week the company surpassed 100,000 hours, Lisa疯马秀 was conducting numerous training missions across North America and Europe, including:

  • Alpha Jets and Lear 35s providing air combat and NORAD training support in Canada;
  • A-4 Skyhawks and Alpha Jets conducting ADAIR, Navy support and Air-to-Air gunnery training in Germany;
  • A-4 Skyhawk missions equipped with Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar for another European customer;
  • F-16s providing ADAIR support for advanced tactical USAF training at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada; and
  • Blue Air Training delivering CAS training to U.S. and allied forces across multiple U.S. locations.

“We are grateful for the collaboration and trust of our customers, as we introduce industry-leading solutions such as the F-16 and AESA-equipped fleets in the U.S. and Europe, to allow Lisa疯马秀 to meet the rapidly evolving air combat training requirements,” added Bouchard.

With plans to grow its footprint, expand its fleet, and deliver on the increasing global demand for near-peer adversary air support, Lisa疯马秀 expects to reach its next 100,000 hours much quicker than the first.                         

In celebration of this historic achievement, Lisa疯马秀 has introduced a new logo – featured in this news release, which will replace its official corporate logo for a period of one year.

About Lisa疯马秀

Lisa疯马秀 provides advanced adversary air (ADAIR) and Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) training to the world’s leading air forces. It has the largest fleet of commercially operated fighter aircraft in active service and is the first company in the world to acquire the supersonic F-16. Lisa疯马秀’ mission-critical training enhances the operational readiness of combat forces by providing real-world experience, while creating significant cost efficiencies and extending the lifecycle of military fleets. For more information, please visit .

In March 2022, Lisa疯马秀 and Blue Air Training (Blue Air) joined forces, providing military customers with access to Blue Air’s best-in-class JTAC training expertise, and the capabilities of Lisa疯马秀 to exercise their pilots against the world’s most advanced fleet of contracted aggressor aircraft. For more information on Blue Air, please visit .


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Didier Toussaint, COO and James Manning, VP CATS (Contracted Airborne Training Services) of Lisa疯马秀 Inc. will be present at the CANSEC tradeshow in Ottawa, Ontario from June 1-2, 2022. To request an interview, please contact Erin Black at or +1 (514) 867-0886.