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It is with great excitement that we announce the return of the Irish Air Corps to our islands for the upcoming Malta International Airshow 2023!

This year, the Irish Air Corps will participate with a PC-12NG in the static display. The aircraft is a Swiss built single-engine, turbo-prop, multi-role aircraft, which offers significant mission versatility across a wide variety of roles, including passenger, cargo, medical and surveillance operations. These are facilitated by a large cargo door, special mission platforms and air ambulance equipment.

104 Squadron of the No.1 Operations Wing operates 4 of the type which have just recently entered service in 2020.

We extend our sincere gratitude to the Irish Air Corps for joining us at the Malta International Airshow 2023!


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We are thrilled to confirm that the Italian Navy's EH101 Merlin helicopter will be prominently featured in the static display at the Malta International Airshow 2023.

The EH101 Merlin is a versatile multi-role helicopter that serves in various military and civilian capacities. In the case of the Italian Navy, the EH101 Merlin is employed for a range of maritime operations, including search and rescue (SAR), anti-submarine warfare (ASW), and utility transport.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Italian Navy for their particip

ation and for bringing the EH101 Merlin helicopter to the Malta International Airshow 2023.


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We are delighted to share some thrilling news for aviation enthusiasts and spectators alike, with the exciting confirmation of not one, but Three Royal Navy Avenger T.1 in static display! The Avengers belong to the 750 Naval Air Squadron who back in 1959 were stationed at RNAS Hal Far, also known as HMS Falcon! Back then the squadron was part of the Fleet Air Arm’s Observer School, conducting Observer training with nine Percival Sea Prince T.1 flying classrooms. Its main task was providing basic training to officers before they moved on to specialist operational flying Units at various Naval Air Stations across the UK. Nowadays, 750 NAS is based at RNAS Culdrose and still trains Observers, the specialists who navigate, operate communications systems and control the weaponry of the Navy’s Fleet Air Arm. We are honoured to welcome back 750 NAS to our island, reminiscing memories of the squadron’s old ties with Malta! Stay tuned for more updates and additional aircraft confirmations. For the latest news and announcements, visit our official website and follow us on social media.


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