ILA Berlin Air Show, Farnborough Airshow and Royal Air Tattoo canceled
Due to the pandemic with the new coronavirus, the ILA Berlin Air Show 2020, Farnborough Airshow 2020 and Royal International Air Tattoo 2020 have been canceled. Under the urge of #staiacasa, authorities around the world are taking drastic measures to socially distance and stop the spread of the new COVID-19 virus. European aviation shows were also affected.
ILA Berlin Air Show 2020 (Berlin, Germany)
The ILA Berlin Air Show 2020 (Berlin, Germany) was to take place on May 13-17 at the Berlin ExpoCenter Airport. Over 1100 exhibitors and around 180 participants were expected.
The organizer of the German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI) made the decision to cancel the event because the local authorities forbade the events with an anticipated presence of over 1000 people. The safety and health of the participants is a priority for the organizers.
Farnborough Airshow 2020 (England)
The Farnborough Airshow 2020 was scheduled to take place July 20-24, 2020, at Farnborough Airport, United Kingdom. The cancellation also comes amid the pandemic with the new coronavirus. The health of participants, exhibitors and visitors is the most important.
The organizers promise that they will take revenge on the fans and lovers of airplanes at the next edition of the Farnborough International Airshow, which will take place in 2022. It will be an exceptional edition.
Royal International Air Tattoo 2020 (England)
The Royal International Air Tattoo 2020 was scheduled to take place July 17-19, 2020, at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire, England. Unfortunately, the pandemic with the new coronavirus forces him to cancel this event.
RIAT is the largest military air show in the world. And at the event come military units from different countries, professionals from the emergency and security structures. All of them are now fighting the new COVID-19.
The RIAT organizers urge patience and courage in the coming weeks, while planning the next edition. It will be in 2021 and 50 years of Royal International Air Tattoo will be celebrated.