Current Affairs
No airshow this year

The Malta Aviation Society (MAS) will not be organising the Malta International Airshow this year stating it has not received any cooperation from the Ministry of Tourism.

In a statement posted on social media, the society said it had requested the Ministry for guidance and financial support after the decision had to be taken to hold the show in a locality near the sea rather than at the airport.

MAS said this decision had been taken by the authorities and although the society agreed with the decision it said this agreement was subject to compensation as a result of revenue lost from the sale of entrance tickets at the airport.

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