The jet uses real jet fuel, and has a real scale size jet engine. It holds enough fuel for 8 minutes of flight time. It is capable of amazing speed, but is legally restricted to a speed of 200 mph. Watching it zoom by was amazing. It also did some maneuvering that clearly defined the caliber of the pilot guiding it.
Then they called the pilots to assemble their planes on the runway so that the crowd could view them up close.
Shortly after that break, they launched This plane:
It can hold up to 3 paratroopers, and the fellow who owns the plane has a friend who runs the plane so that once he releases the paratroopers (I believe one at a time) he remotely controls them while the friend continues to fly the plane.
For the run that we viewed, he only set one paratrooper, but earlier, he released 2.
The following shot is of a B 25 bomber. We didn't see it fly, but it was an impressive replication.
The following video clip is of a Yak. The pilot is performing an extremely advanced maneuver called a prop stand.