The team was established in 1987, but did not return next season. In 1989 it was re-established for the 75th birthday of the Swiss Air Force. Most displays are in Switzerland, but since 1992 the team has occasionally performed abroad.
Since the establishment the team flies with Pilatus PC-7 Turbo Trainer. In October 2006, it was replaced by the NCPC-7, which is a PC-7 equipped with a new cockpit. The PC-7 Team is flying nine Pilatus PC-7 in the standart configuration of the Swiss Air Force's PC-7. The PC-7 Team uses for its radiocomunication still the unique Swiss Air Force Bambini-Code.
The PC-7 Team's homebase is Dübendorf AFB, but they often operate from Emmen AFB or Locarno AFB. All Pilots of the PC-7 Team are full-time military pilots and usually fly the F/A-18. The Showprogram is made fom 23 differend elements.
- Swiss Air Force. "The history of the PC-7 Team"
-  PC-7Team on YouTube
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