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We are happy to announce that the Italian Polizia di Stato will return to take part in the static display once again with an Agusta-Westland UH-139C!

Designated UH-139C, the Italian Police operates eight aircraft in service at five different bases in central and southern Italy comprising three aircraft in Pratica di Mare close to Rome, two helicopters in Reggio Calabria and one each in Bari, Palermo and Fenosu.

The Italian Police’s AW139 configuration includes a high-definition latest generation FLIR, satellite communication system, searchlight, rescue hoist, cabin mission console and a high-definition video down link.


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This one’s for the aviation enthusiasts! Possibly appearing at a European airshow for the very first time, we are absolutely thrilled to announce the momentous addition of the United States Air Force Boeing TC-135W in static display at the Malta International Airshow 2023!

From the exterior, the TC-135W looks exactly like the mighty RC-135 but has the sensitive electronics removed and provides pilots with an excellent practice aircraft. Only two training-configured TC-135Ws (serials 62-4127 and 62-4129) exist and are assigned to the 55th Wing at Offutt. In 2019, 62-4127 became the first aircraft to have ‘Baseline Charlie’ installed, which was the fleet-wide glass cockpit modification. To have one here during our airshow is truly special!

We are grateful and honoured to welcome back the United States Air Force at this year’s edition. For the latest news and announcements, visit our official website and follow us on social media.

Photo Credit: James Shelbourn


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The Malta School of Flying will showcase a number of their aircraft in the static display. Malta School of Flying trades as Professional Aviation Training Academy – Malta. The Academy is certified as a pilot training organization by the Civil Aviation Directorate of Transport Malta (TM-CAD) and recognized by the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) as a Tuition Centre. As an accredited flying school, the Academy continuously undergoes various rigorous evaluations and audits to ensure that all required safety and training standards are adhered to.MSOF will showcase 1x P-2002, 2x P-92, 1x P-2006 & 1x Cessna Reims C182F.

Head over to their stands to have a look at their aircraft and the pilot training programmes they offer!


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