Malta International Airshow returns after Three-Year Absence

The Malta International Airshow will make a comeback after three years of absence, the government said, and will be held on 25 and 26 September.

The event will take place along the coast of St Paul’s Bay while the static display will be held at Malta International Airport.

Eight countries will be participating, Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo said.

Such events, he added, helped the tourism industry and indicate that we are on the road back to normality after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Parliamentary Secretary Alex Muscat said the Malta Community Agency is investing €50,000 in the event.

For the list of participating countries and tickets, visit the Malta International Airshow website here

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