In view of the rise in Covid-19 cases both in Malta and in Europe, the Malta International Airshow is cancelled. Additionally, the decision to ban mass public gatherings by the Government of Malta has had a direct effect on the event. The Malta Aviation Society committee deems that the airshow falls squarely in this category and has thus stopped all preparations for this year's much-awaited event.


The Malta Aviation Society is presently waiting for a reply from the Malta Tourism Authority - the main sponsor of the event - to ascertain that the agreement for the 2020 airshow rolls on to 2021, so that preparations get underway for an airshow in 2021.


The Malta Aviation Society thanks all stakeholders for the support shown during the preparatory phase of this year's event.



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The Malta Aviation Society, organizers of the Malta International Airshow may now confirm participation of the Guardia di Finanza at this year’s event.

The GdiF will participate in the static display with two brand new platforms, namely an ATR72MP aircraft and an AW169 helicopter. While preparations continue for the Malta Int’l Airshow 2020, the organizing committee will be following and adhering to all national rules and regulations that may be introduced in the few remaining weeks to the event.





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Smoke, On, Go!  for the Malta International Airshow 2020.


While still early to predict any participants, the Malta Aviation Society (MAS) is actively working towards resurrecting past contacts and making it known to potential participants that Malta is on with its airshow this September.  

The venue for the flying display will be in the Northern part of the Island while it is yet unknown if there will be a static display open to the public.  MAS will publish further updates as they unfold in the coming weeks.

At present, the MAS is setting up deferred meetings with major stakeholders in Malta connected to the airshow to form the basis for the event that laid dormant for the past three months.

The Malta Aviation Society would like to thank all involved in making preparations for this year's airshow possible again and MAS will endeavor to provide the public with a safe and enjoyable event, subject to the Covid-19 situation continuing to improve in Malta and abroad.



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