From what I understand, the Major(his name is visible in at least one picture) has at least 15 years of flying experience.
Also, it probably helps that the F-16 he's flying isn't a completely 'USAF standard' model.
You can see the pod for the brake chute. That supposedly give the plane a bit more stability sideways.
Then there's the stick. From what I've been told, the model used on RNoAF planes has a bit more play, so that you need to move it further to get the same control-surface movement as on a standard plane. (It's because of our long, narrow fjords. Our jets needs to be able to fly into them, not just over them)