Malta International Airshow
26-27th September 2020
Malta Aviation Society Malta International Airport Armed Forces of Malta XFM
First Aircraft Confirmed
11 March 2016

The first aircraft to confirm participation for the Malta International Airshow 2016 edition is the Royal Navy Avenger T.1 aircraft that will be exhibiting on static display.

The King Air Avenger T.1 forms part of 750 Naval Air Squadron which trains Royal Navy Observers. It is part of the UK Military Flying Training System, and operates from Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose in Cornwall.

The Malta International Airshow organising team is grateful for the Royal Navy to be back in our island reassuring the great ties between the United Kingdom and Malta.

The 2016 edition will be held on September 24th and 25th. This was announced by the Malta Aviation Society who also said that preparations for this years airshow are in full swing as contacts are being made with various air arms and commercial companies within the sector.

Invitations to a record number of countries have already been sent and the process continues as discussions and email exchanges with various air arms representatives have already taken place.

Some countries have already stated that due to operational and other commitments they will not be able to participate in the Malta International Airshow 2016, namely, Angola, Australia, Argentina, Bulgaria, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, the French Customs Air Division, Hellenic Army, Hungary, India, Lithuania, Norway, Portugal, Switzerland, Cobham Aviation Services and Qinetiq.

Countries such as Ireland, Morocco, Chile, Uruguay & Brazil have replied stating that they are considering their participation at the Malta International Airshow 2016.

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