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The Malta Airshow Team is delighted to announce that the esteemed Guardia di Finanza will be participating in the upcoming Malta International Airshow with their impressive P-72B maritime patrol aircraft.

The P-72B, a highly advanced maritime patrol aircraft, is a testament to the Guardia di Finanza's commitment to staying at the forefront of technological advancements. Equipped with cutting-edge surveillance systems and state-of-the-art avionics, the P-72B plays a pivotal role in safeguarding maritime borders, preventing smuggling activities, and conducting search and rescue missions. During the static display at the Malta International Airshow, attendees will have the opportunity to observe the P-72B closely and gain insights into its impressive capabilities.

We are honored to welcome the Guardia di Finanza back to the Malta International Airshow, as their participation underscores their commitment to maintaining maritime safety and security in the Mediterranean region. We eagerly anticipate your presence at the Malta International Airshow!


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We are delighted to confirm the participation of the Royal Netherlands Air Force AS532 Cougar helicopter in the static display. This marks the return of the Dutch Air Force to the airshow after their last appearance in 2010.

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) utilizes the AS532 Cougar, a versatile medium-lift helicopter manufactured nowadays by Airbus Helicopters. With its primary roles encompassing troop transport, combat search and rescue, medical evacuation, and special operations support, the Cougar serves as a crucial asset for the Dutch military. The RNLAF operates 12 AS532s under 300 Squadron based at Gilze-Rijen. Just recently, the RNLAF has procured 14 new H225M Caracal from Airbus Helicopters to replace the AS532 Cougar, so this is mostly likely the last appearance for the Cougar in Malta!

Stay tuned for further updates and announcements as we continue to unveil the exciting lineup for this year's airshow.


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In addition to the PC-9Ms, we're excited to announce that the Slovenian Air Force will be bringing their L-410 aircraft to take part in the static display at the Malta Airshow 2023!

The Slovenian Air Force operates the Let L-410 Turbolet, a twin-engine short-range transport aircraft that can accommodate up to 19 passengers. It is primarily used for transport, cargo, and medical evacuation missions, as well as for aerial photography and surveying. The L-410 is known for its reliability, ruggedness, and versatility, making it a valuable asset for military and civilian applications. The Slovenian Air Force operates a single L-410UVP-E aircraft for various missions in the Balkans and abroad.


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